Self-driving cars are coming. It’s just a matter of when. Last year, four states passed laws allowing driverless cars on the road. But for Chandra Bhat, director of the Center for Transportation Research at the University of Texas, the question is how driverless cars will affect other consumer choices people make: where they live, what types of cars they own, when they travel?
Listen to Bhat talk about some of those ways below.
Bhat spoke at SXSW Interactive on Monday about the implications of driverless cars.