Comparisons between human drivers and autonomous vehicles are unfair

The debate on whether autonomous vehicles are safer than human drivers is inconclusive to say-the-least.

Peter Hancock, a Professor of Psychology, Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Industrial Engineering and Management Systems at the university of central Florida, has put together an essay, printed in Scientific America , outlining the unfair conditions and testing process that's being used to make the claim that autonomous vehicles are far safer than human driven vehicles. To read our latest recommended story, click the link below. Are Autonomous Cars Really Safer than Human Drivers?  

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