He says, it's so ridiculous, how far away we are from automatting truck driving. There is a lot of manual work for loading and off-loading rigs. Plus there is driving in every single possible driving condition possible, around the world.
He said, he could see an auto-pilot system being installed in trucks in the next 10 years, but the rest is all manually done.
The 'some kind of logistics manager' thinks there'll be autonomous trucks pretty shortly, but the implementation will look like that Simpsons episode for years to come -- the way things work right now, a human in the cab is required.
Computers have taken over tons of ridiculous and complicated tasks already, it's silly to think your specific niche is the special case.