Here’s a 20-minute talk I did at the Singularity University Global Summit last month. It’s a crash-course (no pun intended) on the different types of autonomous vehicles and use cases, the challenges that stand in the way of city-scale deployments, and ideas for how autonomous vehicles will transform cities, not just transportation systems.
Builds on ideas from these articles:
- An Autonomous Vehicle Strategy for Smart Cities
- How the Sharing Economy Helps to Tackle Inequality in Cities
- Better Consumer Access and System-level Sustainability: Can Cities Have Both?
- Three Ways to Build a Transportation System that Serves the Most Vulnerable
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Great talk! Also want to add General Motors as a player to the race towards autonomous vehicles.