If they train their AI to drive anything like a typical wet-ware BMW driver then we know where the responsibility / blame will lie
Intel-owned Mobileye says it has cooked up a safety framework for fully autonomous, human-independent, driverless cars – and desperately wants people to notice this before the "inevitable fall" of public interest in driverless tech. In a formal paper written in August, Mobileye reckons its Responsibility Sensitive Safety model …
From the PDF,
"Our system can validate three orders of magnitude improvement to one
traffic fatality for every one billion hours of driving vs. the human-driven vehicle rate of one traffic
fatality for every one million hours of driving"
I say Barnaby, it appears someone has been plucking numbers from the top of my magic made up number tree.
And they are afraid the same could happen again?
As they should be. Results talk and bu***hit walks.
But speaking personally as some who's vested interest in this tech is precisely zero.
"Do I look like I'm giving a f**k? Do I look like I'm going to give a f**k if your wannabe future business goes down the sh**ter of history before it starts?"
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