I was invited by TuckerEllis, LLP (@TuckerEllis) to join two of their attorneys on their podcast “Driverless” (@_Driverless), in which we deep dive into a broad discussion on various legal issues surrounding autonomous vehicles, including a fascinating focus on the legal standards to which autonomous cars should be held when things inevitably go wrong.
First things first: I hope you all had a wonderful holiday break and 2019 is off to a great start; happy new years! So then, just wanted to make sure you all got the memo: The good folks over at HERE Technologies (@Here) have invited me to join them at CES 2019 next week in Las Vegas! I’ll be there Monday through Thursday, so if you’ll be there and if you’d like to meet up, you can easily schedule a 15- or 30-minute meeting with me using the Calendly scheduler below! Cheers!
Today, thrilled to have Martin Adler, PhD, join us from Amsterdam, on an incredibly fascinating interview that was meant to go just 15-20 minutes, but instead ended up going nearly half an hour long!
Last week I had the great privilege to be invited to a special, invite-only media event at HERE Technologies’ garage offices in Berkeley, CA, to learn everything about their “self healing HD maps.”
Today, Episode 65: Elaina Farnsworth, CEO of The NEXT Education, on her mission to educate and empower the world’s talent for this new era of autonomous and connected mobility.
Today! A very special podcast episode — and quite possibly the world’s first! — recorded inside a Tesla Model S while driving from San Francisco to Palo Alto with Autopilot engaged, complete with my personal thoughts, feedback, and critique! Also: Ford releases an interesting test about active cruise control’s ability to avoid unnecessary traffic jams, and what it means for a fully autonomous car future!