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Stanford hosts panel on making autonomous cars legal
November 18, 2012

The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford released a video of their panel discussion on “How an (Autonomous Driving) Bill Becomes Law” that took place earlier this month. The discussion builds on recent legislation in several US states (Nevada, California, Florida) to authorize autonomous vehicles. Focus is given to Nevada, which was the first in the world to issue a test plate for Google’s self-driving cars.

The panel includes:
Marilyn Dondero Loop – Chair, Assembly Transportation Committee
Bruce Breslow – Director, Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles
Troy Dillard – Deputy Director, Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles
David Estrada – Legal Director, Google
Bryant Walker Smith (Moderator)- Resident Fellow, Center for Internet and Society

You can read more on the Stanford CIS blog.

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