For nearly 100 years, the automobile has been the defining symbol of American consumerism. Cars are not only required to take advantage of many parts of our drive-through culture, they often act as proxies for our personalities. Now the automobile is playing a ubiquitous role in the lives of a growing proportion of the global middle class. But, the convergence of demography, constrained infrastructure resources, and geometrically growing digital capabilities is creating driver-less automobiles that will be safer, more affordable, and more efficient than today’s vehicles. Where does the technology stand? Why is it coming together now? How can you profit? We’ll answer these questions and more.
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