The world’s largest automakers are betting their companies on autonomous driving technology, but many of the hardest questions have yet to be resolved. When autonomous cars commit a crime (even crimes such as speeding), who is responsible? Will we need wholesale reform of the tort industry to compensate those hurt by self-driving cars? Who owns the images and data created inside and outside your autonomous car? And when will we finally see fully self-driving cars? GULC Adjunct Professor Ed Walters, who teaches The Law of Autonomous Vehicles will address the legal, ethical, and financial issues pressing the leaders of Tesla, Google, Ford, Aurora, and others in this lecture sponsored by the Cyberlaw Society.