We made a return to the annual Tech Law Institute meeting in Atlanta and recorded a live episode about self-driving cars. We talked optimism, pessimism, political valence, regulatory challenges, federalism, trolley problems, and more.
This show’s links:
- Oral Argument 80: We’ll Do It LIVE!
- NHTSA, Federal Automated Vehicles Policy
- RAND, Autonomous Vehicle Technology: A Guide for Policymakers
- Duncan Black, some posts on self-driving cars: Not Gonna Work, No One Will Listen to Me, Spot the Key Phrase, "the revolutionary transportation technology”….
- Chris Martin and Joe Ryan, Super-Cheap Driverless Cabs to Kick Mass Transit to the Curb
- Tesla, All Tesla Cars Being Produced Now Have Full Self-Driving Hardware (announcement includes a vide demonstration)
- About Tesla’s Autopilot feature (also Tesla’s page on Autopilot)
- Alex Davies, Everyone Wants a Level 5 Self-Driving Car – Here’s What That Means
- Oral Argument 102: Precautionary Federalism (guest Sarah Light)
- Michael Dorf, Should Self-Driving Cars Be Mandatory?
- Oral Argument 41: Sense-Think-Act (guest Ryan Calo)
- Oral Argument 70: No Drones in the Park (guest Frank Pasquale)
- About trolley problems
- Megan Barber, Who Should Driverless Cars Save: Pedestrians or Passengers?
- Frank Pasquale, Get off the Trolley Problem
- Jules Coleman and William Holahan, Review of Guido Calabresi and Philip Bobbitt’s Tragic Choices