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In Defense of the ‘Driver-in-Command’—What Regulators and Courts Can Learn From Aviation as Cars Begin to Drive Themselves

Julie Davis - Thursday, December 06, 2012

By Justin Strochlic, Patton Boggs - Bloomberg Law

The technology allowing this life-saving miracle is no longer the stuff of science fiction and, as of this year, is available in vehicles sold to the general public. As a product, it represents yet another small step toward one of the Holy Grails of unmanned systems development: the driverless car. Its impact on the legal landscape could, however, be much greater.

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