AIR+09 Sep 2021

Should self-driving cars behave more or less like people?

| 09 Sep 2021

Recent studies have shown that people have negative attitudes to using autonomous systems because they don't trust them. Moreover, research shows a human-centred approach in autonomy is perceived as more trustworthy by users. This attitude raises a vital issue: Do passengers want self-driving cars (SDC) to mimic their personal driving behaviours or do they hold these autonomous vehicles to a different standard?

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