The media continues to be awash with information, and different perspectives on, the state-of-the-art and future of autonomous vehicles. Perform a web search for "self-driving cars" and you will find a heady mix of material from technical, to legislative, to ethics, to marketing hype, to outright cynicism.
It's unsurprising that such a potentially disruptive technology generates this level of attention, debate and expectation. Such excitement is in no small part responsible for the fact that both of us, deeply embedded in the world of IT operations, have often been asked the question:
If computers can drive cars, then why can't computers run IT operations?
@Kristian Stewart, Distinguished Engineer - Watson AIOps Incident and Event Management
@Isabell Sippli STSM - Watson AIOps, IBM AoT & TEC CR Member