Jan 1, 2020
Robert Welborn discusses common myths surrounding autonomous vehicles. He starts with three TV shows that have skewed perception around AVs. Next, he sets expectations around the maturity model of AVs by describing the stages as childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. Today’s data presents itself in three-dimensional forms, and Robert is realistic about the struggles and opportunities within this new model of data. It is the engineers behind AVs who are tasked with making things work, and Robert spends some time pulling back the curtain on their trials and tribulations. Finally, Robert recognizes that the elasticity and compatibility of all of the elements at play in autonomous vehicles have a tendency to be overestimated.