DETROIT – Tighter regulation of autonomous vehicles is coming and it’s up to the hundreds of industry players, including titans such as Ford and General Motors and start-ups big and small, to work cooperatively and drive balanced, flexible standards based on real-world data, experts say. Balance is necessary, says Nat Beuse, director-SDV Safety, at the ride-hailing service and AV developer Uber Technologies, because federal standards must exist alongside local rules, and ...

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