Will robo-taxis cause radical disruption - or gridlock?

Will the advent of self-driving taxis have unintended consequences? Image: REUTERS/Toru Hanai

Klaus Schmitz

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Partner, Arthur D. Little

Alexios Seibt

Principal, Arthur D. Little

Dietrich von Trotha

Consultant, Arthur D. Little


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