Wireless Design and Development (WDD) has received another letter concerning self-driving cars, and it asked some important questions about liability. Check out this most recent “Letters to the Editor” below:

Dear Editor,

Great article! Think of liability: Who's liable if the car crashes. How self-driven should it be?

Should we allow the human to take certain critical decisions? How about other drivers' perception of a self-driven car's next move. Robots don't grin, wave their hands or convey emotions or hint on their intentions by using facial expressions, signs that human use and/or readily interpret when driving. And there's also the complex issue of traffic pace.

Best regards,


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