A Regulatory Framework for Automated Driving
The 5th meeting of the ITU-T Focus Group on AI for autonomous and assisted driving (FG-AI4AD) will begin with a joint webinar held in partnership with the Law Commission (England & Wales) and Scottish Law Commission who were asked by the UK Government Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV) to review the law and regulation for automated driving.
This session will provide a high-level overview of the legal and regulatory landscape proposed for the UK in the Law Commissions final consultation paper. It will dig deeper into the data, transparency and trust required to create a no-blame safety culture and how responsibilities shift between drivers, users-in charge, automated driving system entities (ADSE) and fleet operators.
It will explore in detail the need for in-use safety assurance and stress test the proposed regulatory framework in the context of The Molly Problem and the related public expectations.