NOTE: THIS ASSIGNEMENT WILL BE TURNED IN USING TURNITIN. VIEW ATTACHED FILES FOR TOPIC. (DRIVERLESS VEHICLES) Your report should be about 7-10 pages in length (not including title and reference page).

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NOTE: THIS ASSIGNEMENT WILL BE TURNED IN USING TURNITIN.

VIEW ATTACHED FILES FOR TOPIC. (DRIVERLESS VEHICLES)

Your report should be about 7-10 pages in length (not including title and reference page).  It must be formatted according to APA standards (Links to an external site.)You MUST follow the format below for your final project report:

  1. Title: The title is a concise statement of the subject of the paper.
  2. Abstract/Executive Summary: The abstract is an “executive overview” of your paper. It should be a 50 – l00 word summary that would be appropriate to give your manager so that he/she would know the essence of your project without reading the paper in its entirety.
  3. Table of Contents: In this section, list each section of your paper, with the page number. The list should also include tables and figures.
  4. Body of the Report: Follow your submitted outline, making sure the body of your paper answers the questions outlined in the Team Project Report and Presentation Guidelines.
  5. Appendices and Graphics, if included.

NOTE: THIS ASSIGNEMENT WILL BE TURNED IN USING TURNITIN. VIEW ATTACHED FILES FOR TOPIC. (DRIVERLESS VEHICLES) Your report should be about 7-10 pages in length (not including title and reference page).
M4A1: Team Project Outline Executive Summary (Clearly delineate your Thesis Statement) Self-driving vehicles have many obstacles and barriers to overcome to obtain full level 5 autonomy, but benefits far outweigh the risks. Introduction (Summary & Background) The pursuit of creating an autonomous vehicle has been around almost as long as cars themselves. Prototypes and designs have been made since 1925. The first designs were merely modified radio controlled production models compared to today’s vehicles with high tech sensors and machine learning technology. The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) defines 6 levels of autonomous driving. These levels range from 0, defined as manual or no driving automation, to 5, or fully automated with no driver controls required (Glon & Edelstein, 2020). Tesla’s Autopilot is currently the highest level autonomy at 2 which is autonomous, but requires the driver to remain attentive and immediately take control if required. Level 3 and above can be considered driverless if certain conditions are met. The U.S. Department of Transportation adopted these same standards in 2017. The many technological and legal hurdles to obtain full level 5 autonomy include sensors and associated components, improved artificial intelligence, regulations, liability concerns, data usage, and safety standards some of which are outdated and hamper full autonomy (Giarratana, 2018). Benefits of driverless cars include reduced traffic deaths, reduction in vehicle emissions, eliminating traffic waves, and reducing travel time (Marr, 2020). Key Societal Impacts How will the selected technology provide benefit? Expound on benefits listed in the introduction How might the selected technology produce harm? Safety risks. False sense of security, cyber attacks/hacking, Will the technology be “gendered”? As transportation is relatively universal, no gendering What might be malfunction risks? Concerns for safety of drivers and pedestrians. How might the technology introduce cause and effect relationships? Regulations will need to be evaluated. Some outdated regulations preclude the use of full autonomy. New regulations will be needed. What criteria will be used to evaluate the successes or failures of the technology? Success is largely represented by safety, instead of driving distance, etc. What political considerations exist? Political leaders fear jobs lost due to autonomous vehicles Discuss pros and cons of the new technology versus refining an existing technology. Pros: Opens up transportation to those otherwise unable to drive: Medical reasons, Age. Cons: Since it is a new technology, it takes significantly more resources and R&D than refining existing. How might one find a receptive market? Number of drivers per capita is much higher than in past decades Discuss if the technology applies to science. Heavily influenced by AI science and processing How will the technology impact the environment–short term and long term? Consequences? Potential programming for the most efficient route. AIs will drive conservatively as to minimize fuel waste Will improve the transportation industry’s efficiency and greatly reduce the need of millions of drivers. Discuss ethical considerations. Software must be programmed to prioritize lives and property Liability concerns (owner/operator or car manufacture) Discuss occupations generated and potential jobs lost. Generates maintenance, programming, etc. Potentially replaces Taxis, Uber, Lyft, etc. Schedule Rough draft shell will be created by November 27 (Jeremy) Input for all sections with references completed by all team members added to rough draft by December 4. Final edits will be made December 5. Conclusion Driverless vehicles, once seen as a possibility in a science fiction film, are currently in development, and are very much a reality in the present day. A long-imagined, but nonetheless new technology, the list of concerns for such a technology are boundless, from the cases of liability and safety to the ethics of priority of life and property necessary for a self-driving artificial intelligence. While these hurdles are significant, the societal changes brought about by a successful utilization of this technology could impact many aspects of society, from economic standpoints to environmental changes, and when the technology is made more common across the driving population, the combined effects will have lasting benefits on the country. References Giarratana, C. (2018, October 11). Driverless Cars: What Are The Biggest Obstacles For The Road? » Traffic Safety Resource Center. Traffic Safety Store. Retrieved November 15, 2021, from https://www.trafficsafetystore.com/blog/driverless-cars-what-are-the-biggest-obstacles-for-the-road/ Glon, R., & Edelstein, S. (2020, July 31). History of Self-Driving Cars Milestones. Digital Trends. Retrieved November 15, 2021, from https://www.digitaltrends.com/cars/history-of-self-driving-cars-milestones/ Marr, B. (2020, July 17). 5 Ways Self-Driving Cars Could Make Our World (And Our Lives) Better. Forbes. Retrieved November 15, 2021, from https://www.forbes.com/sites/bernardmarr/2020/07/17/5-ways-self-driving-cars-could-make-our-world-and-our-lives-better/ Shladover, S. E., & Higgins, N. (2021, September 25). ‘Self-Driving’ Cars Begin to Emerge from a Cloud of Hype. Scientific American. Retrieved November 21, 2021, from https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/self-driving-cars-begin-to-emerge-from-a-cloud-of-hype/
NOTE: THIS ASSIGNEMENT WILL BE TURNED IN USING TURNITIN. VIEW ATTACHED FILES FOR TOPIC. (DRIVERLESS VEHICLES) Your report should be about 7-10 pages in length (not including title and reference page).
M3A3: Team Project Driverless Vehicles Synopsis of Project Topic should include the following: Topic of the Team Project: Driverless Vehicles Rationale: As a team, we have agreed to do our research on driverless vehicles due to the fact there are many factors that can play into it. Such as, will it change how highways are built? What will be the new requirements to legally own a driverless vehicle? The future of driverless vehicles is becoming a technological trend that can ultimately change the way we commute as humans in the future. The idea of what the future of our society can be seen recently through the automated driving systems (ADS), technological advances, and research from a few Motors Vehicle Companies. Vehicles that do self-parking now are only assisted by human supervision. There are risks that need to be looked at for the development of self-driving vehicles. Research Plan: Sources that explain or discuss the early developments of driverless vehicles such as Tesla Auto-Pilot and General Motors technology. The future of driverless cars has already started but not fully implemented in vehicles to drive on their own at all times. These sources can be found all over the internet but the main focus will be the companies that have already developed something close to it. We will research how these vehicles will affect the new way of living. Such as what the car needs to maintain updated navigational maps, what sensors needed to avoid car accidents, and what will they run off such as electric or fuel. Project Plan: Each member of the team will individually research supporting information in regards to the main topic, which will help us view things from a different point of view. Each member will submit their ideas in a discussion thread where we can view and come with an agreement to put in a rough draft. This will show where our similarities and differences are. We will all discuss the flow of the research paper and what needs to be added or taken out. Following the rough draft, we will work as a team to refine any information that is still needed or needs to be taken off. We will all review the rough draft prior to submission. After all reviews are done, we will prepare to complete the final product. Each member will review and give their inputs if they have any and let the team know they have completed the review. References: Shladove, S. (2021). ‘Self-Driving’ Cars Begin to Emerge from a Cloud of Hype https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/self-driving-cars-begin-to-emerge-from-a-cloud-of-hype/

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