Neely Center Director Discusses Autonomous Vehicles - USC News

With new federal and state regulations looming, and companies like Waymo and General Motors testing automated vehicles on the streets of Phoenix and San Francisco, driverless cars could be on roads across California by the middle of next year. USC experts discuss the long road to taking our hands off the steering wheel, and what the long-term and short-term implications might be for handing our car keys over to automation and artificial intelligence. To read Neely Center Director Professor Abbas' thoughts click here