Who’s the better driver a human or an autonomous car? Maarten Sierhuis the Director of Nissan's Silicon Valley Research Center says at intersections humans are still better, but that driverless cars might have better reaction time on the highway. He speaks with WSJ’s Deputy Managing Editor Gabriella Stern.
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