Self-driving cars are programmed to identify and avoid risk, but in the case of an accident, who is legally responsible?
Research by the Human Systems Lab at the University of Windsor will examine how drivers interact with vehicle automation.
Environmental concerns are compromising beneficial uses of the Great Lakes, a team of UWindsor researchers write in the Conversation.
Most cars have cruise control, automatically slow down if you get too close to the vehicle in front of you, or alert you if you are drifting out of your lane.
But do such automations make drivers less attentive, increasing the risk of collisions?
As automated technologies are increasingly incorporated into car design, consumers need to educate themselves on these features for safety reasons.
Kinesiology professor Francesco Biondi looks at the role human-machine interaction may have played in the crashes of two Boeing 737 planes.