Just as few people in 1907 could have imagined the impact of automobiles on civilization over the next 20 to 50 years, managers, workers, and consumers in 2017 are unprepared for the threats and opportunities that will soon be created by driverless cars. Why are the economics of driverless cars so different from those of traditional automobiles? What will this mean for business models and employment? Who stands to win? Who stands to lose? And why? We’ll show you.
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