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Coming to a Road near You - Autonomous Vehicles

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Dr Amanda Prorok (Department of Computer Science and Technology, University of Cambridge) and Ellie Wooldridge (Connected Places Catapult) will share current research into both safety and end-user acceptability of autonomous vehicles, especially in mixed human- and self-driven settings:

How can one design a machine learning environment that leads to safe driving policies for autonomous vehicles in a mixed-reality setup, where autonomous vehicles mingle with static objects and human-driven cars? Amanda’s talk will illustrate the Prorok Lab’s unique sim3real virtual domain approach to this design challenge.

‘How are vehicle occupants building trust in autonomous vehicles?’ Ellie will talk about results from the HumanDrive autonomous vehicle studies about how vehicle occupants build trust when being driven by an autonomous system compared with a human driver.

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