The Top 10 Jobs That Robots Could Steal From Humans By 2025- Investors Business Daily Baird analyst Benjamin Hartford says all leading trucking companies are experimenting with autonomous truck technology. "UPS would be the most logical. I know they have looked at the possibility," Hartford told IBD. UPS already employs driver-assistance systems on many trucks, but says full autonomy is further off, with regulation being a key issue. Truck drivers are in short supply now, and self-driving trucks would fill that gap. But if large numbers of self-driving trucks roll out -- with no human in the cab -- Teamsters and other unions would likely resist.