Getting cars to drive themselves is a huge undertaking, and no one really is sure of whether the industry will be successful in perfecting the technology needed to do that. But if that mission isn’t daunting enough, the task of putting fully autonomous vehicles in widespread service goes far beyond simply engineering the vehicles themselves, Ken Washington, Ford’s chief technology officer, tells attendees of MICHauto’s “Explore Your Automobility Future” ...

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