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Date: 2020-05-19

Survey: Americans still aren’t drinking the autonomous car Kool-Aid

American perceptions of autonomous vehicles have are showing a trend that doesnt seem to be improving, for automakers at least. According to a recent survey from industry body PAVE (Partners for Automated Vehicle Education), most Americans dont believe autonomous vehicles are ready for prime-time. The crazy story how self-drivings biggest star stole Google secrets, joined Uber, and became bankrupt] Nearly half of those surveyed said they would never get in a taxi or ride-share vehicle if it was being driven autonomously. It seems most of the distrust displayed by those surveyed is rooted in the present. When asked about how they feel about the future of autonomous vehicles, they appeared much more trusting. Over half (58%) said they believe autonomous vehicles will be safe in the next ten years. Indeed, the adoption of autonomous technologies looks probable. Around half of respondents said they own a vehicle with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), which sometimes are branded as self-driving. The study found use of ADAS systems could lead to drivers being more open to self-driving cars. Distrust of autonomous vehicles has been a common theme in recent years. Back in March, a similar study found that 90% of Americans dont trust self-driving cars. With words like Autopilot or Full Self-Driving used to describe systems that still legally and technologically require constant human supervision, the general language used to market these vehicles is often vague and misleading. Given the numerous fatal accidents involving vehicles that claim to posses some degree of autonomy, its not surprising people dont really trust them. If you ask me, the overly cautious approach, isnt a bad thing. HT – How machines see: everything you need to know about computer vision Read our daily coverage on how the tech industry is responding to the coronavirus and subscribe to our weekly newsletter Coronavirus in Context. For tips and tricks on working remotely, check out our Growth Quarters articles here or follow us on Twitter.