ADDRESSING CRITICAL CHALLENGES IN CONNECTED AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES
Thank you for reading the Addressing Critical Challenges in Connected Autonomous Vehicles blog article on the Beyond Standards blog. This article looked at some of the key issues affecting the field of connected autonomous vehicles that may currently receive less attention but are worthy of discussion.
This article was based in part on subjects discussed in three IEEE SA webinars, now available on-demand:
BEHIND THE WHEEL: WHO IS DRIVING THE DRIVERLESS CAR?(Recorded 22 March 2023)
Join artificial intelligence experts as they take a deep dive into the ethical aspects of driverless cars. They address key issues and misconceptions, legislative hurdles, and in the case of unavoidable collisions, how these cars may make safety-related decisions that can affect those inside and outside the vehicles.
RISK-BASED METHODOLOGY FOR DERIVING SCENARIOS FOR TESTING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS (Recorded 22 April 2023)
This webinar presents a systematic approach to identify use case-specific risks relevant to trustworthy AI principles as they relate to automotive scenarios. Learn potential methods for mitigating those risks to an acceptable level and how tools can support the implementation of this framework as an agile and iterative process.
HUMAN VS. "DIGITAL DRIVER" - COMPLIANCE AND HOMOLOGATION CHALLENGES IN THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY (Recorded 16 June 2023)
Explore the interaction between the “digital driver” and human ones, a challenge facing the automotive industry. Expert panelists discuss how industry navigates ambiguous and complex legal requirements in developing safe and competitive products, including demonstrating, validating, and monitoring compliance throughout the lifecycle of each vehicle.
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