Keith Naughton:

Brian Lesko and Dan Sherman hate the idea of driverless cars, but for very different reasons.
 Lesko, 46, a business-development executive in Atlanta, doesn’t trust a robot to keep him out of harm’s way. “It scares the bejeebers out of me,” he says.
 Sherman, 21, a mechanical-engineering student at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, trusts the technology and sees these vehicles eventually taking over the road. But he dreads the change because his passion is working on cars to make them faster.
 “It’s something I’ve loved to do my entire life and it’s kind of on its way out,” he says. “That’s the sad truth.”