The global automotive industry is undergoing a revolution by integrating advances in electric vehicles with artificial intelligence and communications technology, writes Alan Lloyd, senior research fellow at UT Austin’s Energy Institute in a new op-ed. But as China is poised to reap the benefits of these transformative changes, Pres. Trump is erecting obstacles that stand in the way of such opportunities. The result, Lloyd argues, is a slow but certain ceding of leadership to others, particularly China. Read more.
While the world is on the verge of an automotive revolution, Trump looks in the rear view mirror
Feb. 27, 2018