Media Mentions
January 28, 2019

A Data-Sharing Framework To Ensure Self-Driving Cars Are Road-Ready

Chicago Policy Review

A scholarly article written by Jesse Krompier for the Journal of Law, Technology & Policy titled, “Safety First: The Case for Mandatory Data Sharing as a Federal Safety Standard for Self-Driving Cars,” was referenced at length in a piece published in the Chicago Policy Review on January 28, 2019. Mr. Krompier’s thesis, as reported on by the Chicago Policy Review in its article called, “A Data-Sharing Framework to Ensure Self-Driving Cars Are Road-Ready,” is that when autonomous vehicle companies treat safety data as proprietary trade secrets, the resulting algorithms they design may not appropriately handle unusual driving scenarios and could result in self-driving cares that make unsafe decisions and even cause accidents.