Saturday June 6, 2020

Leaders’ Questions & Answers

From self-driving cars to education for the future of technology, Emily Maree is back with six big questions for six experts

3rd June, 2018

1. Heavy regulation needs to be applied. Google’s car has an impeccable safety record and others trying to keep up are doing so with great urgency. Urgency is the enemy of safety.

2. I don’t think this is necessarily a bad thing. It perhaps changes the journey people may go on while seeking help. What is important is the availability of information and signposting to the next steps. The openness of social...

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