By far the biggest medium-term opportunity for AI, ubiquitous computing, and robotics to transform our lives and economy is the driverless automobile. But this appears a far more problematic transition than introducing PCs in the ‘70s or the World Wide Web in the ‘90s. What sort of obstacles can we expect? How can they be overcome? What will this mean for the timing and the final products? Who will be the winners and losers? We’ll show you.
- The Biggest Obstacles to Our Driverless Future
- The Americans We’ve Left Behind