In Milton Keynes at least, but it seems like the future is very much now.
It's entirely possible for you to buy a car that will autonomously transport you along the M1 corridor at 70 (ish) MPH without you doing much more than lightly grip the steering wheel.
But now we have people being taxied for the first time - if the taxi industry thought Uber was a disruptive presence then what about the ability for people to summon their cars and then drive them home autonomously?
One would assume drink-drive laws would still apply, but this is an amazing step-forward in the way we get around.
There's also huge ramifications down the line not just for taxi drivers but haulage firms, with the possibility of massive job losses.