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#75: What Does "Winning The Race To Autonomy" Even Mean?

With a full plate of news from the autonomous drive sector, the gang digs into Drive.AI's new pilot program, new reporting on Uber's Arizona crash and Bloomberg's ranking of the biggest players in the space. The ranking story prompts a digression into what the "win state" for the much-touted "race to autonomy" even looks like, and whether or not the goal of replacing privately-owned gas cars as "Level 5 mobility devices" even makes sense. Maybe the secret to success is not pursuing a hardware-software stack capable of navigating any and all circumstances, but finding the best locations and business models for commercializing limited autonomous mobility.

#76: Rewriting the SAE Levels

#74: Andy Cohen of Gensler