IIHS Study Finds Motorists are Confused by Semi-Autonomous Tech [www.digitaltrends.com]
Drivers assume Tesla's Autopilot offers more leeway than it does, IIHS study finds [www.cnet.com]
IIHS: Drivers don't understand limits of Level 2 systems, particularly Autopilot [www.repairerdrivennews.com]
New studies highlight driver confusion about automated systems [www.iihs.org]
Drivers may overestimate Tesla Autopilot because of its name, study suggests [www.engadget.com]
IIHS study shows people don't understand driver assistance systems [www.autoblog.com]
Confusion Between Self-Driving Cars and Driver-Assistance Systems Is Still Rampant: Study [jalopnik.com]
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My students have spent a few months doing a deep dive with these systems - we’re classifying mental models & user errors.— Anuj K Pradhan PhD (@DriverScience) June 21, 2019
It isn’t easy to understand these systems - even as a research task.
Lay users don’t stand a chance... This is dangerous.https://t.co/3ZpyEtwWX1
When asked whether it would be safe to take one's hands off the wheel while using the technology, 48% of people asked about Autopilot said they thought it would be, compared with 33% or fewer for the other systems. https://t.co/J7rnU2dp0d pic.twitter.com/C8r81igVza— IIHS (@IIHS_autosafety) June 20, 2019
https://t.co/jOlaiDV5p4@AlexRoy144, @kirstenkorosec, @Tweetermeyer @TheAutonocast @antonwahlman all do a great do a job of shining a flashlight on the fact that we have no self-driving cars the public can buy today.— Ajay Juneja (@ajayjuneja) June 20, 2019
For consumers: you did not buy a self-driving car.
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