Will an accident investigation sideline Tesla and ground its autopilot technology?March 30, 20181 min read
A fatal accident has left one person dead and Tesla in a bit of a freefall. Share prices are dropping, and people are talking about the future of the once untouchable Elon Musk and Tesla. It has been a tough month, especially since days earlier a fatal accident involved Uber Technologies Inc., and this has now raised questions about the self-driving features Tesla has become famous for.
So, what will be the future of autonomous driving vehicles? And can a company like Tesla recover not only its reputation but its value?
There are a lot of questions and that's where Kevin McFall, assistant professor of mechatronics engineering at Kennesaw State University, can help. His current research involves artificial intelligence and self-driving vehicles.
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Kevin McFall, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Mechatronics Engineering
Kevin McFall's current research involves artificial intelligence and self-driving vehicles.