Today, we see the automotive companies rallying towards the use of AI and the automated driver assistance tech. It basically, focuses on the automatic steering and braking process of the cars. But according to the American Automobile Association, they are not to have relied on the subject of providing safety.
According to their data and stats, every year, there are cases where these systems encounter situations they were not meant to handle. And in these situations, the results are devastating. According to the words of AAA, they are not capable of performing in real-world situations. To be brief, they went for the 2019 BMW X7 equipping Active Driving Assistant Professional, a 2019 Cadillac CT6 that acquaints the Super Cruise. Another one was 2019 Ford Edge with Co-Pilot360, and also, the net being a 2020 Kia Telluride with Highway Driving Assist and a 2020 Subaru Outback with EyeSight technology.
In all of these, they got to say that if a person or driver takes of wheels and road attention, they are going to be doomed. Also, when evaluating took place for lane centring and changing tech performance, they were suitable only for test courses where markings were clear for the lanes. The AAA also went for talks with the brand leaders to make better improvements in the technology for efficient and safe deliverance.