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Why autonomous vehicles need a large-systems approach to safety

Narrowly defining AV safety can simplify regulatory decisions but can create risks Image: REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Richard Sun

Co-founder, AV Combinator

Michael Nehmad

Co-founder, AV Combinator

Jenn Hu

Co-founder, AV Combinator

Troy Lawrence

Co-founder, AV Combinator

Julius Niehaus

Co-founder, AV Combinator

Tim Dawkins

Project Lead, Automotive and Autonomous Mobility, World Economic Forum


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