Alex Roy, editor-at-large for The Drive, discusses a recent Wall Street Journal report that claims Tesla has been losing engineers and managers from its Autopilot program. The outflow coming because of a push to speed up the release of the self-driving technology regardless of concerns over safety. When the program is approved by regulators, what happens when an accident occurs, and who is liable - regulators or Tesla? Roy notes that as these rules stand today, the driver is always at fault. However, that could change as improvements in the technology increase, and that could make liability issues more complicated. Roy calls the race in autonomous vehicles across companies "the Gold Rush period" where everyone is trying to get their piece and make their mark.