I posted about Uber and its autonomous cars here. This quick post is about Michigan opening up it’s state laws governing robocars. Basically, autonomous vehicles with no backup human drivers can now drive on public roads.
The state is host to around 75% of the companies leading this technology. To stay ahead of the surging autonomous vehicle curve, they have issued their own laws regarding robocars to incentivize these companies to stay.
It is of particular note how Ford says they plan to roll these out in full by 2021.
Here is the full article:
I stumbled onto this great article on Forbes. It validates what my concerns are but it is absolutely written eons better. Here’s a snippet of the article:
…the future is about more than just technology. Health trends, economic trends, population growth and climate change, just to name a few, will also create massive challenges—and massive opportunities—in the years to come. The time to start preparing for the future is always in the present.
The job of a manager has clearly changed. A generation ago, we could enter an industry, learn the trade and work our way up. Today, however, we can’t expect a business model to last a decade, much less a career. To wit, since 1960, the average lifespan of a company on the S&P 500 has fallen from more than 60 years to less than 20.
Other topics noted/mentioned in this article include:
Here is the link to the article for a full read