Will an accident investigation sideline Tesla and ground its autopilot technology?

Will an accident investigation sideline Tesla and ground its autopilot technology? Will an accident investigation sideline Tesla and ground its autopilot technology?

March 30, 20181 min read
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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.


Kevin is available to speak with media regarding this topic -- simply click on his icon to arrange an interview.


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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.

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