On The Road To The Self-Driving Car
CiS Fellow Bryant Walker Smith speaks with NPR on the fast approach of self-driving vehicles.
No more dumb cars, the Federal government decreed this week. Or at least, no mute cars. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Monday it will soon require all new cars to talk to one another. Share location, speed, direction and more, electronically. Vehicle-to-vehicle – “V2V” – communication. Right behind that comes the next frontier: self-driving cars. First they talk to one another, next they drive themselves. The auto industry, Google, and the law are all gearing up. This hour On Point: on the road to the world of the self-driving car.
Tom Costello, correspondent for NBC News. (@tomcostellonbc)
Burkhard Bilger, science, nature and technology staff writer at The New Yorker.
Bryant Walker Smith, fellow at the Center for Internet and Society and the Center for Automatice Research at Stanford Law School and Stanford University. Lecturer in law. (@bwalkersmith)
John Absmeier, director of the Silicon Valley Innovation Center for Delphi Automotive. (@johnabsmeier)