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You Can Doubt the Safety of Autonomous Driving, but Big Data Tells You: It Does Drive Better than You— Part3

Consumers Need an Open Understanding of the Vision “Zero Casualties” Portrayed by Autonomous Driving

Autonomous driving described a vision of “zero casualties” for humans in the early propaganda, which caused a misunderstanding to the public to a certain extent.

In recent years, accidents related to autonomous driving, on the one hand, differed from the public’s awareness and understanding of ADAS functions and fully autonomous driving. On the other hand, the expectation for autonomous driving is too high.

People accept autonomous driving, which means we must accept a machine that makes mistakes. Under this conception, human beings have set the responsibility of the main engine factory or the intelligent driving system and have corresponding compensation standards.

A five million RMB(746,000 USD)compulsory traffic accident liability insurance has been set for autonomous driving road tests in China’s corresponding areas. For tests that require manned demonstration applications, it is mandatory to purchase seat insurance and personal accident insurance for the passengers, and other necessary commercial insurance. Commercial insurance sets safety standards for autonomous vehicles to enter ordinary public roads, which means that the responsibility for accidents between humans and machines is defined economically.

Recognizing that machines will make mistakes and acknowledging that even future L5 autonomous driving may not guarantee 100% zero casualties are the prerequisites for humans to get along with autonomous vehicles. With this premise, humans will eventually find that traveling by machines greatly enhances safety.

Therefore, “zero casualties” will always be the highest goal pursued by autonomous driving, but it will not be achieved 100%.

At the end of last year, Germany started the competition to open up the L3 autonomous driving governance model, and Mercedes-Benz became the world’s first OEM of mass-produced autonomous vehicles protected by law. Now that this step has been taken, transportation has entered a new era.

At present, autonomous driving is entering a critical point of maturity in terms of technology, testing, manufacturing, laws, and regulations. The auto powers represented by China, the United States, Europe, Japan, and South Korea are competing to seize the commanding heights of the industry. They are also promoting each other to form a self-driving social governance model that has special and mutually inclusive characteristics.

Autonomous driving technology is now the main track of technology competition in different countries. An international governance model around smart cars is also being formed in the competition. For clients, autonomous vehicles in various countries can follow the same standards is the best result.

The Industrialization Focus of Autonomous Driving

The mainstream algorithm model of autonomous driving is mainly based on supervised deep learning. It is an algorithm model that derives the functional relationship between known variables and dependent variables. A large amount of structured labeled data is required to train and tune the model.

On this basis, if you want to make self-driving cars more “intelligent”, and form a closed loop of the business model for self-driving applications that can be replicated in different vertical landing scenarios, the model needs to be supported by massive and high-quality real road data.

2D-3D Fusion Data:

For example, in order to develop multi-model machine learning algorithms for self-driving cars, some manufacturers need to fuse two distinct data sets with different dimensions. This operation is essential, but it is challenging to perform manually.

AI companies even hope that data companies can better understand algorithm technology and demand scenarios, participate in the research and development of algorithms, and give optimization suggestions on data collection. It has become the focus of data service providers to create a competitive advantage as well.

Common Data Labeling Types Include:

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