Robot, Take the Wheel: The Road to Autonomous Cars and the Lost Art of Driving

Jason Torchinsky (Author) Beau Boeckmann (Foreword by)
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Product Details

Price
$24.99  $22.99
Publisher
Apollo Publishers
Publish Date
May 07, 2019
Pages
244
Dimensions
6.2 X 1.0 X 9.0 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781948062268
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About the Author

Jason Torchinsky is the senior editor of Jalopnik, a cutting-edge news and opinion website about cars and technology, and has written for a wealth of other publications such as Boing Boing, Make, and Mother Jones. Torchinsky is a producer of Jay Leno's Garage, which he's guest starred on, and the star of his own show, Jason Drives, which features Torchinsky driving obscure cars and has had millions of views on social media. Torchinsky is also a stand-up comedian, an artist whose work has exhibited around the world, and the coauthor of Ad Nauseam. Torchinsky lives in Chapel Hill, NC.



Beau Boeckmann is president and COO of Galpin Motors, America's most recognized Dealership Group and home of the #1 Volume Ford Dealer in the World. In 2006 Boeckmann founded Galpin Auto Sports, which led to a starring role and production title on the #1 rated automotive television show, Pimp My Ride. Boeckmann has been honored with several industry awards including the Peterson Automotive Museum's first Visionary Award and was inducted into the National Rod & Custom Car Hall of Fame. Boeckmann serves as a key member of Ford Motor Company's Product Committee, Aston Martin's Dealer Advisory Panel, and the Ford Dealers Advertising Association. He lives in Los Angeles, CA.

Reviews

"Robot, Take The Wheel is an entertaining yet serious examination of what automation is and how it applies to our favorite pastime: driving."
--Automoblog

"It's a great book. I encourage you to check it out."
--In Wheel Time

"One of my favorite guests on the Tonight Show was an astronaut named Story Musgrave. Although not as famous as Neil Armstrong or Buzz Aldrin, Story was not only an astronaut, he was also a physicist, an academic, and a philosopher. He could translate space travel into words and pictures that people could really understand. I like to think of Jason as my automotive astronaut, able to take his experiences and really make the reader feel like they are riding along with him. Jason is a unique blend of dork, car guy, and intellectual all rolled into one."
--Jay Leno, host of Jay Leno's Garage and former host of the Tonight Show with Jay Leno

"Everything you wanted to know about autonomous vehicles but were afraid to ask. This delightfully written book by the longtime Jalopnik contributor is an essential guide to how driverless vehicles work--and how they have the potential to dramatically reshape society."
--Curbed