For Waymo, taking the AV mainstream relies on public acceptance

As it expands into logistics as well as ride-hailing, Waymo firmly believes the future success of AVs will rely on getting the public on board in more ways than one. By Jack Hunsley

The highly technical nature of the future of mobility has left industry incumbents looking over their shoulders. What was once an industry dominated by mechanical competency, is now also a playground for the biggest names in computer technology. In the short term, much of that expertise is being dedicated to the connected car. In the long run, however, the goal is a truly driverless mobility ecosystem.

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