Jess Esplin poses for a portrait on the side of Interstate 80 where she worked on a study of semi-autonomous cars for the University of Utah in 2018 in Salt Lake City on Sunday, May 19, 2019. Esplin and a colleague worked as researchers and expressed concern about a study on autonomous cars.
Silas Walker, Deseret News
Elise Tanner, 25, photographed in Manchester, Conn., Friday, May 24, 2019, recently left her job at the University of Utah where she worked as a research associate for the Center for Driving Safety and Technology in the psychology department. While there she worked with a study about the use of semi-autonomous cars and became concerned with the way the study was being conducted. She and a colleague brought the matter to the Institutional Review Board. Tanner has since left her job and moved out of state.
Rick Loomis, For the Deseret News
Jess Esplin poses for a portrait on the side of Interstate 80 where she worked on a study of semi-autonomous cars for the University of Utah in 2018 in Salt Lake City on Sunday, May 19, 2019. Esplin and …read more

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