As they move from test tracks to city streets, autonomous vehicles promise to revolutionize mobility and transform communities in ways large and small. Will citizens help drive this transformation?
OUR DRIVERLESS FUTURES is bringing together the voices of thousands of citizens in Europe, North America and Asia. Informed, deliberative, and neutral, these day long forums (9am -5pm) will generate critical information for decision makers to prepare for the future of driverless mobility.
Join in and share your views about driverless mobility. You will meet fellow citizens, share your mobility concerns, learn about automated technology and possible development, and engage in thoughtful dialogue. No prior knowledge is required. There are no incorrect answers—every viewpoint is welcome and wanted!
- BOSTON: Museum of Science, Boston, Saturday, May 4
- WASHINGTON: University of Maryland, College Park, Saturday, May 11
- PHOENIX: Arizona State University West Campus, Glendale, Saturday, May 18
Applicants must be 18 years old or older and commit to and attend the entire forum. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided.
To apply, you will need to complete a pre-screening survey with your demographic information, which will take approximately 4 minutes to complete online. About 100 participants will be selected from the applicant pool based on a number of factors in order to ensure a diversity of experiences and views among our participant group.
Only selected participants who attend will receive a $100 stipend after completion. If you are selected and choose to participate, your demographic data may be used in reports, presentations, or publications but your name will not be known. There are no foreseeable risks or discomforts to your participation.
If you have any questions concerning the research study, please contact the research team at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-446-0397. If you have any questions about your rights as a subject/participant in this research, or if you feel you have been placed at risk, you can contact the Chair of the Human Subjects Institutional Review Board, through the ASU Office of Research Integrity and Assurance at (480) 965-6788.
Arizona State University’s Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes and the Paris-based Missions Publiques are global leaders in improving decision making through public engagement. We have the experience and methods for facilitating large-scale public deliberations that generate powerful insights and valuable knowledge for decision support and planning.
North America Partner Coalition (as of March 2019)
- Steering Committee: Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes; Missions Publiques; Charles Koch Institute; Museum of Science, Boston; Kikim Media
- Strategic Partners: American Public Transportation Association, US Federal Highway Administration, Partners for Automated Vehicle Education, Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund
- Expert Committee: Marjory Blumenthal, RAND Corporation; Tom Cohen, University College London; Lee Rainie, Pew Research; Corbin Davis, US FHWA; Steven Shladover, California PATH, Berkeley
- Local Partners: Museum of Science, Boston; University of Maryland; ASU Center for Smart Cities and Regions; City of Montreal
This email invitation is being forwarded to you through one of the partner networks of Arizona State University Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes (CSPO) associated with citizen science, public participation, and public understanding and engagement in science policy and decision-making. Interested in hosting a forum in your city? Please contact Mahmud Farooque: email@example.com or 202.446.0397