Tech Giants Struggling to Build Trust in Driverless Cars
Research suggests Technology Giants are struggling to convince motorists that they can be trusted with driverless cars.
Fewer than one in five road users in the UK would trust driverless vehicles built by technology giants, a new study by Inrix suggests.
The study has shown that only 18% of UK drivers believe technology firms can be trusted to construct self driving cars and securely deal with connected data. However, 27% of motorists were willing to trust the more established car-makers with their personal data.
They survey also showed 53% of Britons believe self driving cars will be extensively available in the next ten years, only 17% said they would be willing to buy one at the moment though.
The UK's motorways are set to welcome driverless vehicles in the next three years, as part of a Government-backed project.
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