David Garrity, a Wall Street technology and financial analyst, notes the many strides the US has made in autonomous vehicles, but he warns that other factors may impede development.
“Whether the US is sufficiently well-coordinated from a government-led planning standpoint to effectively integrate these technologies is another question altogether,” said Garrity, the CEO of New York consulting firm GVA Research.
Garrity also notes a “certain amount of antipathy” to the Trump administration in mostly liberal Silicon Valley that might hinder joint efforts to develop autonomous vehicles. At the same time, he added, “Look, there’s a trillion dollars involved. I’m sure they can find a way to paper-over their differences.”
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