It is essential not only to estimate the sales potential of driverless cars, but also to debate how they will affect the society and cities’ livability.
In the age of driverless cars, rail — as a means of transportation that takes many people from one central station to another central station — has lost justification for its existence.
Developers face a conundrum when launching software that must be equipped to make a moral judgment. Algorithms are being programmed to make consequential decisions that align with laws and moral sensibilities.
Mobile technology isn’t just in your pocket 24/7. It’s everywhere around us today, with its continual byproduct — data — trailing us everywhere we go. The great nexus of this 21st-century trend isn’t really your smartphone — it’s the city where you live, work, and play.
Legal expert Diana Bowman chats with Andrew Maynard and Heather Ross about vehicle safety and future driving technologies.
April 17, 2017 Jameson Wetmore chats with Andrew Maynard and Heather Ross about the surprisingly long history of autonomous vehicles.