Autonomous Cars - We're in an 'arms race' for smart people: Bill Ford
|March 14, 2017||View for printing|
"The Dodge brothers were suing Henry Ford, and generally there was a lot of turf warfare in terms of who owned what and who had access to what," said Ford. "It's the same thing playing out now. There are a lot of smart people and a lot of sharp elbows."
The frenetic race to develop autonomous vehicles features a lot of bold claims, management wooing and screaming headlines.
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Sounds like déjà vu to Bill Ford, chairman of Ford Motor and great-grandson of Henry Ford.
"It's all emblematic of the early days in an industry," Ford told USA TODAY shortly after addressing a SXSW Interactive audience Monday.
Marco della Cava , USA TODAY
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