The Controllability of Planning, Responsibility, and Security in Automatic Driving Technology

Dan Wan, Hao Zhan

People hope automated driving technology is always in a stable and controllable state; specifically, it can be divided into controllable planning, controllable responsibility, and controllable information. When this controllability is undermined, it brings about the problems, e.g., trolley dilemma, responsibility attribution, information leakage, and security. This article discusses these three types of issues separately and clarifies the misunderstandings.

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