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.

Written by

Paul Asel, Partner, NGP Capital

25.03.2019| Insights

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.