You press a button on your phone. A car arrives with no driver within a minute. You say your destination and it autonomously drives you to work safely. This is the experience Uber want you to have.
Whether you already noticed it or not, but we’re in the middle of a historic mobility revolution. Uber, which is the biggest ride hailing app in the world is changing how all people around the world move from point A to point B.
Nathan Falk, who is the product manager at the self driving vehicles department at Uber ATG will be joining us this week to discuss how Uber is shaping our future of mobility, the challenges they’re facing while developing their self driving car and more!
Join us with your questions and input on:
– Date: Friday 19 June 2020
– Time: 8:00 PM UTC (Please check the right time for your city)
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