Autonomous Vehicles and the Law
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Autonomous Vehicles and the Law

Technology, Algorithms and Ethics

Hannah Y. Lim

Autonomous vehicles have attracted a great deal of attention in the media, however there are some inconsistencies between the perception of autonomous vehicles’ capabilities and their actual functions. This book provides an accessible explanation of how autonomous vehicles function, suggesting appropriate regulatory responses to the existing and emerging technology.
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Chapter 7: For a smoother ride…

Hannah Y. Lim


Chapter 7 presents a summary of why autonomous vehicles can and do make mistakes and hence they are not safer than human drivers. It then discusses driverless trucks in Australia and concludes by presenting the best methodology forward with the development and deployment of autonomous vehicles

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