PARIS – The move toward autonomous vehicles is changing the relationship between man and machine. Man has been the master, but as cars become autonomous, man will become part of the machine’s system. “We are going to be obliged to take into consideration the driver,” says Patrick Sega, Valeo’s director-transversal projects, research and development. “There are tasks that are going to be delegated to the vehicle, and the vehicle is going to exchange ...
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