NYT asks what happens when self-driving cars break the law
The academic world has already begun devoting white papers and test tracks to the subject, but it will be up to our elected leaders to – hopefully – start filling in some legally binding answers before the hard questions get asked in court. The earliest projections figure we have six years until autonomous cars drive themselves onto dealership lots, but once they show up, healthy public trust could make them quite popular. Head over to the NYT to read the piece and start thinking about who'll have to clean up the mess when you hear the phrase, "You have 20 seconds to comply..."
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