How to avoid being replaced by an Uber driver

What do you do if your job changes or you’re fired?

It can be a nightmare.

“You’re probably not going to be able to make it to work,” said Rachel Molloy, an engineering services installation manager at a Calgary-based company.

But she said her boss is a great example of how the shift to autonomous vehicles could be better for business.

In her role, Molloya works on autonomous cars that have been trained to be driverless and operate without humans in a car park.

She’s a part of a group of about 40 engineers who have been working with a firm called Energi, which is also in a contract to install automated cars in Edmonton, Alberta.

It’s the first company in Alberta that’s being asked to install autonomous cars.

The team is based in the city’s south end and is also using the company’s software to test new technologies.

Its a huge challenge because if you’re not driving a car, you can’t be sure what your environment will be like,” said Molloys co-founder, Tanya Calkins.

As an engineer, Molls job is to ensure drivers are safe and to keep the cars in safe hands.

They’re all using different algorithms, and they’re trying to understand the world that we live in.

If we’re not careful, they could get hit, or something could go wrong, and we could be out of a job.

Calkins says they’re testing a new system that can keep the car safe without human intervention.

We’re not going back to the way things were,” she said.

There are now five companies in the province that are working with Energies technology, including the one in Edmonton.

Molloy said she’s never had to replace a driver in her career, but she has had one manager fired.

For Calkens team, it was a different story.

Every day, the drivers are trained to drive safely and the cars are being tested and tested, so she said the team is also looking at ways to avoid accidents.

Her team has put in a lot of hours to get the technology working.

“We’re always thinking about what could go bad, but we don’t know that that’s actually going to happen,” she added.

What to know about autonomous vehicles and the drivers’ jobs: How are these vehicles being programmed?

How is the data collected?

What happens if the vehicles fail?

The Edmonton taxi and limousine firm, which recently began installing its first autonomous vehicles, said the company is constantly reviewing its driver training program and will continue to test the systems.

“It is a very rigorous program, and the company has had extensive experience with it,” said Matt McAlister, a spokesman for the taxi and private vehicle services company.

He said Energo is one of many companies working with Uber, which also has a contract with the city to install vehicles in Edmonton’s downtown.

McAlister said the city has approved about $300 million worth of Energs software, but there are limits on how much can be deployed.

Energo said it has already been tested in Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver.

McAlisters comments come after Uber’s chief executive, Travis Kalanick, told CNBC’s Squawk Box that he expects the Uber fleet to have up to 2,000 autonomous vehicles by 2021.