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Ford's CEO wants to transform how people get around in cities — but not with robot cars (F)

• Ford CEO Jim Hackett is an advocate of "design thinking" • He has a lot of credibility in Silicon Valley. • But his approach might be at odds with the tech industry's metabolism. Ford CEO Jim Hackett feels your pain. Seriously, if you live in a big city, Hackett intends to put the 100-plus-year-old automaker on a path to alleviating your transportation suffering. But he doesn't want to use robot cars.
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