Barron's: What Boeing’s 737 MAX Problems Mean for Driverless Cars

It’s safer to let the robots drive, but every high-profile accident involving AI makes human beings less willing to give up control.

The challenges now faced by Boeing are highly relevant to other technology companies that use artificial intelligence, automation, or machine learning. 

Headline-grabbing accidents involving automated transportation technology are likely to freak regulators out, and slow the approval process for other companies. 

It may even give China a chance to pass the U.S. when it comes to developing new machine learning technologies.

Read more from Barron's by NGP Capital's Managing Partner Paul Asel.