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Podcast: Would You Ride in a Driverless Car?

A Google self-driving car is seen on display at Google's I/O conference in Mountain View, Calif.

A Google self-driving car is seen on display at Google's I/O conference in Mountain View, Calif. // Eric Risberg/AP

Do autonomous cars freak you out?

Avid Uber user and Nextgov Staff Correspondent Mohana Ravindranath has been trying to hail one in Pittsburgh, which she discusses on “The Dave and Gunnar Show” podcast with Red Hat Chief Technologist Dave Egts and Product Management Director Gunnar Hellekson.

The trio also chats about the federal chief information security officer’s priorities and how tricky it is to "proportionally protect" information. And they dive into whether a deep web tool that uses machine learning to find people is creepy or awesome (or both).

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