Autonomous vehicles talk at ITS New Mexico
Last Thursday I had an opportunity to speak to the New Mexico chapter of the Intelligent Transportation Society of America about some of the intersections of humans and machines in the world of autonomous vehicles. My approach wasn’t overly pessimistic, but I was—and am—concerned that in the rush to market and policy we risk failing to do the sort of cost-benefit analysis that we ought. My presentation is embedded above. Many thanks to the good folks at ITS NM for the chance to explore this topic with them.