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May 28 (Bloomberg) –- Urban Land Institute Senior Fellow Gabe Klein, Bloomberg Contributing Editor Paul Kedrosky and Bloomberg’s Cory Johnson discuss Google’s self-driving car prototype. They speak with Trish Regan on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)

No breaks on the cards?

How do you think that will fly with american hummers if they have the opportunity to buy one?

-- consumers if they had the opportunity to buy one?

For those of us who do not like to drive?

It is an interesting map, an interesting technology problem.

Just as interest is the act the federal covenant has gotten -- address the categories for ours to understand, while the technologies in the bar one thing, what the government called a level for the lease of diving automated art, there are all these level regards with the ability to take in full of the card, and have certain of these technologies.

This might be very are out there with the level of direction.

A lot of less could be learned.

Not least of which, to them are pretty google's rotted ways, really interest in real time applications.

Qwest yes.

Realistically, isn't it important for consumers to know they have the ability to override the actual computer?

You do.

You have a. button.

You can always hit a big red button.

Inherent in the relatively early stage, some of that comes out in the wash.

There is a bigger issue with respect to behavioral.

We have an means on the idea of what it means to drive a car there for us, it is always meant hitting on the gas at all.

Google has here probably more generational, social people have -- driving a car from a to b for many people.

I can be perfectly ok.

They are legacy devices.

Qwest we heard cory tell us how much they love driving and we would not the caught dead in those things.

He is clearly of the culture that drives.

How does he change the minds it?

What's a lot of people like turned neighbors.

-- turntables.

I have turntables.

It is a tech a lot oh issue.

To understand the different places in different ways people will use imputing.

They may not be in the car business at all but the lessons he learned, i begged them to fly all over the place.

Qwest we have -- we have been watching these recalls.

When you think about the regulation that will be involved in the like a driverless car, how will it be different and how will it eat more intense in some ways than what we currently have?

The federal government has a can the lead and we are looking hard at this or a number of years am a looking at vehicle vehicle committee vision, driverless cars tom a and in california -- cars, and in california, in nevada, so my feeling is we will the a regular oreo environment that is probably a less interventionist term than we are used to.

There is an attitude that if we want to stifle tech knowledge he -- let's e.on us.

We have been down this road or.

100 yearsinherent in the relatively early stage, some of that comes out in the wash.

There is a bigger issue with respect to behavioral.

We have an means on the idea of what it means to drive a car there for us, it is always meant hitting on the gas at all.

Ago, the carriage came along, the automobile, and that made a lot of scared.

Change is hard.

We will transition to this just fine.

Qwest it is interesting.

A guy and the hedge fund business told me he actually thinks is a play shorting car insurance companies because they're ultimately will not the as big a need for car insurance because roads will be that much more safe because of driverless cars.

An interesting area.

As it will be a long-term trade.

My money is on the car insurance industry.

That is right.

The right way to think about the stuff is transformational.

When you talk about the way this lays out, it how it will play out in dates and cities him a look at what is happening in newburgh.

Look at the battles they are waging.

Many of which, interest's are completely non-and scope.

It is just legacy political interest.

You will see the same battle play out with us that to the auto industry.

Including possibly the insurance company.

Qwest technology is a good thing.

Iq.

cory johnson.

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