A Jaguar Waymo self-driving vehicle on display at the 2018 New York International Auto Show.
Adam Jeffery | CNBC
Yesterday’s science fiction is a real transportation option today for a growing segment of the population. I’m referring specifically to autonomously driven vehicles (ADV), which are picking up passengers without anyone in the driver’s seat in Metro Phoenix, gearing up to test in long haul trucks and delivering packages to residents in the Bay Area as you read this.
The fact that the technology is already being deployed for specific commercial applications signifies that it’s on track to deliver on its long-promised, broad-based potential benefits. But important work remains to…