Philosophy and Technology 32 (4):569-573 (2019)

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Luciano Floridi
Oxford University
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The digital revolution, in the form of autonomous driving, is changing the very essence of mobility. This paper discusses four different ways in which these transformations are taking place and argues that public policies and business strategies need to focus on innovating and re-engineering (enveloping) whole environments. Only then will autonomous vehicles become an ordinary – and environmentally sustainable – reality.
Keywords Digital revolution  Autonomous driving  Public policy
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