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Independent analyst and systems architect specializing in business process management and Enterprise 2.0. Previously founded two successful product and service companies focusing on content management, BPM and e-commerce. Featured conference speaker on BPM and its impact on business, and writes the Column 2 blog on BPM and Enterprise 2.0. All posts are © Sandy Kemsley.

2 responses to “Getting Connected With Bosch”

  1. Frank Nurock

    There is still the question of who is at fault if your automated car has an accident. Right now the owner of the car is. No matter how intelligent your car is, if your car has an accident and you are not driving, you are still held responsible.

    Thanks for the interesting read.

  2. Sandy Kemsley

    Frank, the laws and insurance regulations will need to adapt to this eventuality. I can understand a “driver” (not necessarily the owner) being responsible if they are in the car, even if the car is under automated control, but what about scenarios where the car is fully autonomous, such as the “go park yourself” idea that I describe above? Or automated package delivery vehicles? Given that there may be no driver who could take control if something goes awry, the responsibility becomes a bit unclear.