You assume public shadow and safety driving for development and testing will lead to L4 and the deaths caused are for the greater good. And that there are no scenarios where monitoring and alarm systems cannot provide time to regain proper situational awareness. As well as the 10 billion miles that Tesla’s have been driven being substantial. Every one of those is incorrect.
In the past 3 months I have been published in SAE AV Engineering Magazine, been on 4 podcasts and invited to several events including TU-Automotive in June.
Do your homework vs blindly following anyone.
SAE Autonomous Vehicle Engineering Magazine-End Public Shadow Driving
Using the Real World is better than Proper Simulation for Autonomous Vehicle Development — NONSENSE
Common Misconceptions about Aerospace/DoD/FAA Simulation for Autonomous Vehicles
The Hype of Geofencing for Autonomous Vehicles
How Driverless Vehicle Makers Should Prove their Technology Works
The Autonomous Vehicle Podcast — Featured Guest — —