Look Who’s Driving
The real possibility of a world in which cars no longer require human drivers has been sparked by a surge of innovation that’s being heralded by some as the biggest advance in transportation since horses gave way to automobiles. But successfully achieving such a radical transition poses an unprecedented set of technological, engineering, legal, regulatory and other challenges. Which ones have already been overcome, which still remain, and how are scientists and engineers at leading institutions in the field trying to tackle them? Look Who’s Driving will be broadcast as part of PBS’s NOVA series and accompanied by a national publicity, promotion and public engagement campaign that will include a web site and community events designed to engage ordinary citizens in discussions about the future of their daily transportation.
Look Who’s Driving now available for streaming on PBS
October 29, 2019 – Kikim Media’s highly-anticipated film on autonomous vehicle technology is now available online
Look Who’s Driving: Special Advance Screening and Panel Discussion
October 3, 2019 – Join Kikim Media at the Computer History Museum for a special advance screening of “Look Who’s Driving”!
Look Who’s Driving Post-Production Update
March 15, 2019 – We’re excited to report that post-production of our NOVA episode on autonomous vehicles is underway.
Lance Eliot, Forbes
“If you have any inkling of interest in the status and future of self-driving cars, you have to watch a fast-moving, well-informed and thought-provoking (yet seat-squirming) new documentary entitled “Look Who’s Driving”.
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