Lexus RX450h retrofitted by Google for its driverless car fleet. At the left side is parked a Tesla Model S electric car.We don’t have the jetpacks or flying cars promised to us in the 1950s, but Google is pushing to make self-driving cars a reality. Given that today’s modern vehicles have as many lines of software code as an Airbus passenger jet, are we really safe letting a car take over the road for us? But what are the consequences and what are the risks of tomorrow’s computer chauffeurs?

Read the full article in the Nikkei Asian Review: Baby, you can’t drive my car or download the pdf here.