So, just a couple of weeks ago, Fortune ran a story about Ford CEO, Mark Fields, approaching Flex (the maker of devices like wearable fitness trackers and diabetes monitors) about integrated biosensors into cars. Fields believes that the use of biometric sensors could help prevent traffic accidents and fatalities long before Level 5 autonomy comes into play. The main purpose would be to detect if a person was sleepy so that the car could act accordingly. But, with a little bit of forward thinking, it could also be used to determine if you’ve been drinking, doing drugs, or are otherwise inebriated. But, perhaps Ford needs to install biometric sensors in its facilities instead, considering this ridiculously confusing shifter design that it’s filed with the patent office.