Self-driving Uber vehicle strikes and kills pedestrian
Timothy Carone, an associate teaching professor specializing in autonomous systems at the University of Notre Dame, said fatal crashes involving autonomous vehicles, while tragic, will become become more commonplace as testing is introduced and further expanded.
Uber self-driving car kills Arizona woman, realizing worst fears of the new tech
Ultimately, we may be in a difficult transition period where artificial intelligence systems such as those that power self-driving cars aren't sophisticated enough to deal with every situation, says Timothy Carone, an associate teaching professor in the Department of IT, Analytics, and Operations at the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business.
Amazon Sellers Seek More Clout With New ‘Merchants Guild’
Hundreds of trade associations form every decade, often in response to new threats such as technological innovation or an industry partner growing too powerful, says Lynette Spillman, a sociology professor at the University of Notre Dame who has studied trade associations.