Yes, Bling, but flying is a three dimensional activity, not a two dimensional one, at at gar greater speeds! And Google is not infallible by any stretch of the imagination.
Sure, flying is three dimensional but the dimensions do not change. The ground is the ground, however you get to it. The airport runways do not move right and left. The skies are now virtual highways, with planes flying along set paths. That is data for the computer guidance system.
Have there been problems with the Google car ? It is interesting technology.
As for wanting a human in the aircraft, we can all tell stories of car "accidents" that involved human error, not the mechanics of the machine.