The media tends to focus our attention on the rapidly advancing technology that is gradually taking away human decision making in a quest for a zero accident driving environment. They’re also keen to show how innovations in mobility (a different but related mega–trend) will substantially broaden the options available for our daily transportation needs. With these mega trends stealing the daily headlines, consumers are not hearing enough about topics such as who is going to be responsible for accidents in this new world? How will insurance work? And what role and responsibilities will be required of infrastructure to make this all work?
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