Using your head in the debate about autonomous vehicles

Using your head in the debate about autonomous vehicles

  Before Airfoil and before General Motors, cars were a novelty and considered highly dangerous—even suspect. The logic was that a driver of a carriage was always safer because there were “two heads” involved—that of the driver and of the...

What I learned at NAIAS 2014

  Self-driving cars are inevitable, whether the auto marketers are ready for them or not. Are you scared of a driverless car? According to a recent poll by market research firm Harris Interactive, the answer is “Yes” It says that nearly 9 out of 10 Americans are...