The Rise Of Automation And Financial Services Regulation

By Jeremy Freeman and J. Michael Bresnahan (November 2, 2018, 2:40 PM EDT) -- On a dark street in Tempe, Arizona, on the night of March 18, 2018, an autonomous car owned by a popular ride hailing service struck and killed a pedestrian, causing what is believed to be the first autonomous vehicle fatality.[1] Although this accident was perhaps no different than the thousands of other fatal car accidents that occur each day that don't involve "self-driving" cars, it does contribute to a collective concern about the role and implementation of this seemingly inevitable technology into virtually every aspect of our lives.

Physically crashing into people is one of the more extreme and tangible examples of...

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