Seminar Speaker: Automated Vehicle Technology Likely to Eventually Become Mandatory
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Toronto Seminar Speaker: Automated Vehicle Technology Likely to Eventually Become Mandatory

Even though it may become mandatory, a Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) poll found that 63 percent of Canadians “still don’t really trust a driverless vehicle.”

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Automated vehicle technology – some of which is now available and will be part of semi-autonomous and autonomous vehicles – will likely become required in the future, Kate Browne, senior vice president and claims counsel for Swiss Re, suggested during ARC Group Canada’s annual seminar, reported Canadian Underwriter.

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However, 63 percent of Canadians “still don’t really trust a driverless vehicle,” according to a Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) poll.

Click here to read the full story on the recent Toronto conference, “Unintended Consequences: Who is at Risk in a World Where Technology is Ahead of Regulation.”

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