A legal perspective on three (mis)conceptions in vehicle automation- Bryant WS

  • December 11, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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A legal perspective on three (mis)conceptions in vehicle automation, Bryant Walker Smith

Bryant Walker Smith is a fellow at the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School, a fellow at the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford (CARS), and a lecturer in law at Stanford Law School who writes, speaks, and teaches on the legal and policy aspects of increasing automation... Bryant designed and taught the first-ever course on the legal aspects of autonomous driving, frequently lectures in both law and engineering courses, and routinely presents at major conferences, including the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, the Driverless Car Summit, and We Robot.

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  • Myles K.

    Just saw this. Very sorry I missed it. Can anyone advise a contact for Bryant W Smith so I can see if a copy of his slides might be available? Many thanks.

    December 12

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