Volvo CEO Wants Regulators To Get Moving On Autonomous Cars
When a self-driving car gets into an accident, are riders or manufacturers at fault? The head of Volvo offered an answer.By Ben Lawson | October 7, 2015
Volvo has an answer to one of the biggest questions about self-driving cars: Who should take the blame when there's an accident?
Should it be the manufacturer or the people riding in the car?
In a press release ahead of a speech on autonomous vehicles at the Swedish Embassy, Volvo's top officer, Hakan Samuelsson, said his company would take the blame if one of its cars gets into an accident.