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Humanising Autonomy joins the World Economic Forum

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Humanising Autonomy has announced that it has joined the World Economic Forum Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution to expand their work on Automated vehicle safety standards and test their human intent prediction software for vulnerable road user safety with WEF Partners across cities worldwide.

Humanising Autonomy said it is proud to be joining this group of the key decision makers to develop policy guidelines for safe automated vehicle deployment in cities and to ultimately work towards a vision of setting a global standard for Automated Urban Mobility.

Humanising Autonomy will be shaping Automated vehicle safety guidelines, foster a discourse for city governments in the EU, US, Japan and Israel, and deploy their AI powered technology that is able to predict the full range of pedestrian and vulnerable road user behaviour in real time.

The software utilises the power of ubiquitous visual camera data to accelerate adoption rate of autonomous technology, build public trust, and increase human safety in cities.

Initially developed for autonomous vehicles, the software integrates with all levels of autonomy, including driver-assist features for human-driven vehicles on the road today.

Michelle Avary, Head of Autonomous and Urban Mobility, World Economic Forum said, ‘Designing policy frameworks for autonomous mobility that are human-centred is one of our core principles. Humanising Autonomy will bring fresh perspectives and expertise to our project work around the world.’

Humanising Autonomy will also be contributing to topics such as the Global New Mobility Coalition, AI Government Procurement and Autonomous and Urban Mobility in general.

 
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