- Publication date
- 28 March 2022 (Last updated on: 6 April 2022)
- Joint Research Centre
- Topic area
- Transport/mobilityTrustworthy AI
A Policy Briefs Series on Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence in Automated/Autonomous Driving has been released with two policy briefs published the 28th of March.
They follow the first report "Trustworthy Autonomous Vehicles", published in December 2021, which aims to advance towards a general framework on Trustworthy AI for the specific domain of Autonomous Vehicles (AVs).
An Exploratory Workshop on the topic was successfully carried out on 29-30 March, involving more than 15 experts from industry and academia: "Toward explainable, robust and fair AI in automated and autonomous vehicles"
Addressing by design the AI safety and cybersecurity challenges is key to securing the many benefits that automated driving can bring to society.
Trustworthy requirements for AVs have a heterogeneous level of maturity, and bring new research and development challenges in different areas.
This report aims to advance towards a general framework on Trustworthy AI for the specific domain of Autonomous Vehicles (AVs).