"“There’s wariness about the federal government’s regulatory commitment [and] willingness to police the companies,” said Bryant Walker Smith, an assistant professor of law at the University of South Carolina and a driverless policy expert. “Even more than the distrust in the technology, it’s distrust in the companies . . . And it’s even a distrust in the administrative ability of government to regulate, to act as a check.""
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