I noticed this story which reignites (if it needed to be) the discussion around the role of insurance in a driverless car world. 

An end state of thousands of self-driving cars in 50 years time is relativity easy to imagine - however how we get there through the "messy" stage where humans and machines share the same roads is much more difficult. 

The implications for how insurance will work as we move towards a driverless world are broad and potentially fundamental.