The European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) welcomed the initiative of the European Commission for artificial intelligence (AI) and its goal to develop a European excellence and trust ecosystem around AI.
ACEA supports the approach set out in the proposal. Indeed, a key element of a successful European approach to artificial intelligence is that the requirements set out in the regulation are commensurate with the level of risk of AI applications and are not too burdensome for businesses across Europe, as this would hamper innovation. and would hinder the development of AI.
A legal framework is vital to accelerating the development of AI in motor vehicles.
A flexible and balanced regulatory framework for artificial intelligence will promote its widespread use in vehicles, contributing to cleaner, more efficient and much safer mobility in Europe. The ACEA believes that AI technology will increase the safety of vehicles, drivers, passengers and roads.
The partially automated vehicles that are already available, are equipped with safety systems —from basic ones, providing drivers with extrasensory perception (such as blind-spot detection), to advanced active safety systems (eg advanced driver assistance systems, advanced systems emergency braking systems, or lane-keeping systems)— which intervene automatically and in a faster and more reliable way than a human.
The driver monitoring systems will improve the safety of users, detecting distraction or drowsiness, warning the driver of other risks.
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