Most comparisons between human drivers and automated vehicles have been at best uneven—and at worst unfair. This article shows that human drivers and automated vehicles cannot be compared. This is a good article because comparing to human drivers as safety is not a good idea.
Waymo Proves They’re Pretty Darn Safe By Jeruld Weiland and Allison Crow On Tuesday, Waymo (formerly called Google’s Self Driving Car program) a... This image shows that all automated vehicles do not have a crashing record. This can help prove that self driving cars are safe.
Even as unmonitored self-driving cars take to the streets, there’s no consensus about how safe is “safe enough” for driverless vehicles. This article is proving that automated cars are 10 times safer than humans. This can also prove that automated cars are safe.
Comparing crash rates between humans and self-driving cars requires more data than anyone currently collects. And some of it will be quite hard to figure out. This article shows that it is hard to find the crash rate between humans and automation. This can also shows that automation may edge of humans.
After 1.8 million miles, Google's self-driving car has been involved in only 13 accidents — all of which were caused by the other car. This is a one sided argument showing that self-driving cars are safe in the first place. This easily can prove the point that they are safe.
In the wake of a self-driving Uber car killing a pedestrian in Arizona, an ethicist examines the state of autonomous vehicle development. This shows the pros and cons of self driving cars. If the pros outweigh the cons, then the point can be proven.