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Driver Behaviour in Autonomous Vehicles

Driver Behaviour in Autonomous Vehicles

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More people will need to be fed tomorrow than today. New drugs will be needed for old – and new diseases. To meet the world’s growing demand for food and medicines requires a new approach to bioscience, where plant and animal researchers come out of their scientific silos and swap their best ideas. That’s why, in the UK, the National Institutes of Bioscience – the N.I.B - has been launched.

Who Really Should Be in Control of Driverless Cars?

It is generally assumed that the introduction of autonomous or self-driving vehicles is going to make the roads safer, but there are still a number of critical questions about how we humans will adapt to being driven by a robot. Will we relax and unwind, or hover with our hands over the wheel? This is an important question right now, when cars are getting smarter, but are not 100% self-driving. What happens when these driver assistance tools need the human to take over in an emergency, but that person’s eye

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