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Should the statement of the driver in Culver City hold true, it would once again prove the fact that the feature's name is misleading and confuse customers. It is not exactly an investigative revelation that investments in driverless car companies have reached lofty heights. Still, to look at the numbers every now and then can be useful for some insights. Following in second place with 1 billion U.
Of the top 10, five companies originate in the United States, while four are from China and one is from Israel. If you are missing some European representation, that makes two of us. While past studies have shown countries like Germany or Sweden to be in a more competitive position than China , it will be interesting to watch how this unequal flow of money could potentially have an impact on their speed of innovation. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter to receive a roundup of news, blogs and more from AD directly to your mailbox!
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Show us your data, Tesla Speaking of data, another fundamental legal discussion surrounds liability: Article Publication Meta Data.
Insight Aug 26, The Week in AD Oct 04, Infographic Dec 28, But as soon as that first incident occurs, the ensuing insurance claim and potential lawsuit will create ripples across multiple industries.
When a human is not making driving decisions, who is really at fault? The manufacturer of the car? The manufacturer of the components in the car that process the data? The programmers who wrote the code? The driver who put their faith in the car and did not intervene in time? Should auto insurance policies become product liability policies? The most obvious implication will be on auto-insurance policies.
Individual policies will be modified to include riders and other waivers to avoid potential product liability claims. For decades, automobile manufacturers have incorporated the costs and requirements associated with high levels of product liability into their operating procedures.
But until now, this has not been something that chip manufacturers and technology developers have had — or been required to have — as a core competency.