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Along for the Ride - Issue #71

Hello friends, welcome to another week. How's everybody faring? It seems in the media everybody is t
Along for the Ride - Issue #71
By Sarah Barnes • Issue #71 • View online
Hello friends, welcome to another week. How’s everybody faring?
It seems in the media everybody is talking about how autonomous vehicles have either been accelerated during the pandemic, or have slowed down to the point where their future is entirely uncertain. Only time will tell what the long-term implications of COVID-19 will be on industry, but I’m inclined to think where there’s a will there’s a way and we’re still a ways off before anybody puts the nail in the coffin on AVs.
Onto the news!
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Read of the Week
Congestion pricing in the United States.
Government and Policy
A city locks down to fight Coronavirus, but robots come and go.
EasyMile shuttles add seatbelts.
Research and Academia
How coronavirus is accelerating a future with autonomous vehicles.
Self-driving cars aren’t in control of their own future.
That’s all from me folks. Have a great weekend.
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