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TimesTalksTech: The Battle for Driverless Cars
Moderated by Rebecca Blumenstein, deputy managing editor for The New York Times
Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at 6:30PM

The Gem Theatre
333 Madison Street
Detroit, MI 48226

This event is in Detroit, MI

Speakers include:
Kevin Johnson, Detroit Economic Growth Corporation
Raj Kapoor, Lyft
Sherif Marakby, Ford Autonomous Vehicles
Governor Rick Snyder

Rebecca Blumenstein, deputy managing editor for The New York Times, explores the intense rivalry for dominance in self-driving vehicles at this special TimesTalks in Detroit. As autonomous technology transforms the auto industry, who will prevail: Detroit’s carmakers, with their legacy of manufacturing and design expertise, or cash-rich Silicon Valley giants with their cutting-edge technology? Joining Blumenstein to assess the multi-billion-dollar stakes are Kevin Johnson, president and C.E.O. of Detroit Economic Growth Corporation; Raj Kapoor, chief strategy officer at Lyft; Sherif Marakby, president and C.E.O. of Ford Autonomous Vehicles, and Michigan Governor Rick Snyder.

This event is presented by Deloitte.