Self-driving cars can earn driver’s trust with communication

Today, the technology has taken over our lives and everything this world contains. The global scientific advancement trends are moving towards automation of everything.

Human computer interaction is developing rapidly. We are now more dependent upon technology than ever before because the inventions and latest devices have earned our trust by minimizing our workload accurately and efficiently.

Big invention comes with big stakes as well!

Autonomous car is one of such virtues of rapidly advancing technology. But in this case the stakes are high as well. Autonomous cars are something far beyond than enjoying the perks of staying in touch with friends, having the things delivered at our door step or enjoying the luxury of finding nearby pizza places effortlessly by tapping fingers on screen.

How tech services earn our trust?

Generally the technology based services have earned our trust being reliable, efficient, fast and accurate. Following the “seeing is believing” rule, we are truly trusting the technology for making our lives easy and magical. But when it comes to “self-driving cars” it becomes bit difficult to enjoy this luxury without getting alarmed by the fear of worst consequences in case of a malfunction.

How dangerous a malfunction in self-driven car could be?

Can we trust software’s accurate functioning with our lives? In case of Google Maps or Amazon software bug, there will be an app crash or website outage at maximum. But if there comes a little bug in the software of a self-driven car, the consequences will be dire and fatal with a wreckage of steel and debris.

Veröffentlichung:
15. Mai 2018

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