Joann Muller talked about her Forbes Magazine story, “Silicon Valley vs. Detroit,” and she responded to telephone calls… read more
Joann Muller talked about her Forbes Magazine story, “Silicon Valley vs. Detroit,” and she responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. She wrote that as more consumers demand digital connectivity in their cars, the automotive and telecommunications industries both want to profit from the developing technologies. In this interview some of the other topics she discussed were some of the new technologies, such as adaptive cruise control and driverless cars, and legal, regulatory, and environmental issues.
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