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Sudha Jamthe shows us a vision of what 2030 would look like with driverless cars. Exciting. And she shares a thoughtful analysis of current regulation, automobile, transportation, city infrastructure and urban mobility to help get to the age of driverless cars. For people who work in any of these industries or if you are an aspiring entrepreneur looking to innovate in the autonomous vehicles space, this book is a must read. Don't neglect to check out her other books also.
Full disclosure: I’m actually lucky enough to know Sudha. I have read all of her books, and I think she’s brilliant. Autonomous vehicles are going to have a transformative impact on all industry verticals (and likely much sooner than any of us ever thought), but none more than IoT and AI. It’s simple — buy it, read it, use it, you’ll be glad you did!
Industry expert Sudha Jamthe takes you time traveling with her book 2030 - The Driverless World. Leap into the future and look back at was developing in the autonomous space in 2017 to where it could be in 2030. Great insight into the whole spectrum of issues and topics surrounding autonomous vehicles. I loved the unique predictive narrative style. You won't put the book down until you finish it!
When was the last time your read a book where an industry expert was willing to stick their neck out and make predictions about society 20 years from now? This is precisely what Sudha Jamthe does fearlessly. The passion she embodies for technology jumps off the pages. The future Sudha Jamthe reveals to us in this book contains iimplications, as well as, considerations we should all be aware of as we build machines that actually learn and make judgements. Her chapter on moral machines and the discussion around how relationships in the future will shift as machines are woven into the very fabric of our existence is a thought provoking one. What I find of most value in this book is that the author compels us to not only think about what we are creating today, but how jobs, the future of work, and our lives will be impacted by the technological advances we are making. This is indeed an exciting time to be alive and working in the technology space. We are making history, and Sudha James is bolding painting a future where no man or woman has gone before.
Sudha Jamthe’s book, “2030 the Driverless World” frames the diverse discussion about automated cars for entrepreneurs, strategists and technologists who want to be ahead of the curve, and for all potential users. Jamthe uses her immense background in business and technology to give readers perspective on how our world is about to change. She discusses the technology that will allow engineers to automate cars, but also provides the framework for the businesses that will get disrupted as driverless cars become the norm. In addition to covering the business and technical sides of automation, she analyzes the human element. She discusses the nuances associated with the nonverbal communication between drivers and pedestrians and how cultural norms influence the way we currently drive. Additionally, Jamthe highlights some of the inevitable changes to the insurance and delivery businesses, pointing out that while automated trucks will reduce the need for drivers, there will still be a need for humans to provide services associated with deliveries. It’s a great read and highly inspirational for anyone, but especially for entrepreneurs who want to position themselves to take advantage of the changes fast approaching.
I was intrigued by this unique perspective on the communication needs between the driverless car, human drivers, pedestrians, and the road itself. It offers an easy to understand explanation about the technology behind what a driverless car "sees" on the road. The author offers futuristic predictions about the transformation of Automotive, Transportation and Urban Mobility as well as the Insurance industry, which I imagine will spark fresh ideas for entrepreneurs and business leaders alike.