Rethinking regulation can fuel self-driving car innovation: Lessons from Israel

New approaches to regulation can help countries transition away from 20th century transportation solutions and ensure countries can embrace the groundbreaking technologies of the future. Image: World Economic Forum Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Israel

Maya Azaria

Lead, Automotive and Autonomous Mobility, Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Israel

Maya Ben Dror

Industry Manager, Automotive and New Mobility, World Economic Forum Geneva


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