Fully autonomous vehicles are in sight, at least according to many auto manufacturers, and Michigan is one of the main testing grounds. As billions of dollars are poured into this innovation, I would like to open up the discussion for how ready we are for these vehicles to hit the road. Would you trust AI and mapping technology to keep you safe? How would this translate in the court room if an autonomous vehicle hit another car? Would it be the responsibility of the driver or the company? These questions and more are all relevent and show that there is still much to be done before we can go "all in" on this exciting opportunity in transportation.