Teague’s designers are interested in a world where safety isn’t solely in the hands of automakers–it’s also every community’s collective responsibility. Teague technical director Warren Schramm believes that we have to “decide that it’s not a product decision and it’s our moral standard.
The hype around self-driving cars keeps reaching new heights, with most pundits focusing on their immediate innovation and novelty. Intel’s recent $15 billion acquisition of Mobileye, which makes self-driving sensors and software, illustrates the immense potential of this opportunity. It also highlights, however, what many have yet to grasp:
Driving is a lot more complex than we typically consider when we get behind the wheel each day. But chances are you’ve had a moment — a car that suddenly brakes in front of you, an animal darting into the street, a distraction that pulls your attention away — where you