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CES Robocar Panel: 'Humans Are in the Loop'

CES Panel discusses the reset for the future of automated driving.
Expert panel on 'The Spinning Wheel of Technology – On the Road to Trusted Mobility,' hosted by Veoneer
Expert panel on 'The Spinning Wheel of Technology – On the Road to Trusted Mobility,' hosted by Veoneer. Panelists from left from right: Bryan Reimer, Research Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; David Harkey, President, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety; Junko Yoshida, Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, The Ojo-Yoshida Report; Ola Boström, VP Government and Regulatory Affairs, Veoneer

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By David Benjamin

Call CES 2023 the Consumer Electronics Show of deferred dreams, during which some of high-tech’s loftiest aspirations seem to have hit a snag.

Thursday morning at the West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center offered a vivid example of this theme, when a panel of automotive safety experts agreed that the dreamt-of era of autonomous vehicles (AV) is years away, a judgment rooted in the thorny issues of “how safe is safe” and how to get a partly, mostly or “fully” self-driving car to get along with the human “driver” inside.

Veoneer hosted the expert panel on “The Spinning Wheel of Technology – On the Road to Trusted Mobility.”


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