What the growing trust in AI means for driverless cars

11 June 2018


Demis Hassabis - the British co-founder of an artificial intelligence company - recently questioned the testing of driverless cars on public roads.

Yet, results from the third quarter of our research study have revealed that distrust in artificial intelligence is actually becoming less of a barrier to the widespread introduction of driverless vehicles for UK investors.

The results of the report are based on a survey of 100 UK investors and reveal their reaction to Government's plans for AV investment and their thoughts on the growth of electric vehicles.

Take a look at the full report

 


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