Autonomous cars, robotic cars, drone cars - call them what you will, but the self-driving car is coming to a showroom near you.
It might take a couple of years - it might take a couple of decades - but few people at the Geneva Motor Show would disagree that one day science fantasy will become fact.
However, while the likes of Google, BMW, Ford and IBM work on the technology, less attention has been given to what it means for passengers.
So as an auto manufacturer how are you going to manage the liability of software failure and ensure that it is working as intended from the start?
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