Articles/Blog posts

Jack Stilgoe, 12 May 2020, How to resist self-driving car hype, Pando

Jack Stilgoe, 12 Dec 2019, Who killed Elaine Herzberg? OneZero

Jack Stilgoe and Alan Winfield, 13 April 2018, ‘Self-driving car companies should not be allowed to investigate their own crashes’, The Guardian

Jack Stilgoe, 24 June 2017, ‘What will happen when a self-driving car kills a bystander’, The Guardian

Jack Stilgoe, 7 April 2017, ‘Self-driving cars will only work when we accept autonomy is a myth’, The Guardian

Jack Stilgoe, 21 Jan 2017, ‘Tesla crash report blames human error – this is a missed opportunity’, The Guardian


Jack Stilgoe on Sky News, Feb 2019

Jack Stilgoe on BBC News, March 2018

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Jack Stilgoe on ITV Good Morning Britain, March 2018

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Free Thinking Jack Stilgoe was a recent guest in a programme on cars, parking and motorways and then in a discussion of whether Isaac Asimov’s psychohistory might help us understand the current enthusiasm for data and AI.

What’s the Future of Self-Driving Cars? Jack Stilgoe was a guest on David Pakman’s radio show, 2 Feb 2019

Hello World: How to be Human in the Age of the Machine, Radio 4 Book of the Week (Hannah Fry’s book includes quotes from Jack Stilgoe)

Print and online coverage

Who Killed Elaine Herzberg? OneZero, 12 Dec 2019

Automated Vehicles: Who’s driving?, 16 Sep 2019

The Week in Tech, New York Times, 26 April 2019

The Predictions Were Wrong: Self-Driving Cars Have a Long Way to Go, PC Mag, 11 Feb 2019

The Deadly Recklessness of the Self-Driving Car Industry, Gizmodo, 13 Dec 2018


The real risks of artificial intelligence: AI professor and author Toby Walsh discusses the dangers of ‘stupid’ artificial intelligence with Jack Stilgoe.

Balancing the Risks of Future Technologies. Future of Life Institute podcast with Andrew Maynard and Jack Stilgoe