3 lessons for crafting a future with safer, more efficient self-driving cars

Visitors check out a cherry blossom themed autonomous vehicle on display during the Sakura Matsuri floral display at the Flower Dome of Gardens by the Bay, as tourism takes a decline following the coronavirus outbreak in Singapore, March 6, 2020. Image: REUTERS/Loriene Perera

Tim Dawkins
Project Lead, Automotive and Autonomous Mobility, World Economic Forum
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