March 6, 2020 – Reilly Brennan – TechCrunch
“Moving from internal combustion to electric power does more than reduce tailpipe emissions: it will fundamentally shatter today’s auto maintenance and service sector.”
Feb 4 2019 – Eduardo Porter – The New York Times
A small group of well-educated professionals enjoys rising wages, while most workers toil in low-wage jobs with few chances to advance.
Feb 9 2018 – Geoff Nesnow – Medium
A nice look at how driverless cars and trucks will affect the automotive industry and workforce.
Feb 6 2018 – Gina Bellafante – New York Times
This tragically speaks to the direction things will head if we don’t plan for the changes in employment that have already happened and are going to happen in much bigger ways imminently.
Jan 22 2018 – BBC News
French train engineering giant Alstom is to test automated freight trains in the Netherlands this year.
Jan 5 2018 – Will Knight – MIT Technology Review
Robots may take over, but they’ll look cool doing it.
Dec 11 2017 – Alex Williams – New York Times
Artificial intelligence could make countless professions obsolete by the time our kids reach their 20s.
Dec 11 2017 – Erin Winick – MIT Technology Review
Even as many jobs disappear or change, though, there will be new roles formed by autonomous vehicles. One that is already developing is that of a remote vehicle operator.
Dec 6 2017 – Rachel Metz – MIT Technology Review
Nancy Sun is trying to get driverless trucks on the road and convince truck drivers to trust Uber too.
Oct 2017 – J. Anover & M. Adalid – Futurism
An infographic detailing vehicles and transportation systems currently in autonomous testing and development phases.