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EP 15 - In A World...Of Connected And Self-Driving Vehicles

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This is Episode 15 of the Inside Transportation Podcast. This podcast was made possible by Ford Motor Company (www.ford.com) and Fenwick (www.fenwick.com).

Access the full show notes here: https://www.notion.so/EP-15-In-A-World-Of-Connected-And-Self-Driving-Vehicles-35148ada9e8047f79389ddb2a185e873

Featuring Jason Calacanis (Angel investor, LAUNCH, Inside.com), Johan Moreno (inside.com), Jim Koenig (Fenwick & West) and Jim Gregoire (Fenwick & West).

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Recorded on July 28, 2020.

We often talk about the future of transportation being centered around automated and autonomous driving technology. But we seldom think about what that type of transportation will look like, who will own the experience, who will have access to our data and most importantly, who will own our data?

On this week's episode, we sit down with James Koenig and James Gregoire of Fenwick & West, two experts on privacy, related to connected and autonomous vehicles.

2:50 - SEGMENT 1 - Jim, Jim, Jason and Johan discuss user experience, regulations and autonomous vehicle safety.

17:06 - SEGMENT 2 - Jim K. discusses affiliated consent, an innovative approach that balances privacy and convenience.

34:00 - SEGMENT 3 - Johan asks Jim and Jim about the development of autonomous vehicles in China and what the U.S. is doing to spur innovation in the self-driving space.

45:00 - SEGMENT 4 - Johan asks about connected and autonomous vehicle hacking and what’s preventing vehicles from being hacked.