Ryan Calo, Commuting to Mars: A Response to Professors Abraham and Rabin, 105 Va. L. Rev. Online 84 (2019), https://digitalcommons.law.uw.edu/faculty-articles/505
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The remarks that follow are less about the particular wisdom of manufacturer enterprise responsibility (MER) for driverless cars, and more about the limits of legal scholarship in grappling with unfolding technologic change. The contingency of technology and its social impacts caution against sweeping interventions. And the role of law and technology scholarship—as opposed to legal scholarship that touches upon technology—is arguably to recognize the unique challenges that arise at this intersection.