July 25, 2017      

The major obstacles to self-driving cars aren't technological; they're cultural and legal. The latest example is an Indian car ban, which is a reminder of the concerns that makers of driverless vehicles must address before they can grow the global market.

India has said 'no' to putting self-driving cars on its roads. This is a monumental decision because of an apparent divergence between public opinion and government policy.

When IBM spoke with people across 16 countries, it found that three o...

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