Are you familiar with SAE J3016, the recommended practice that defines, among many other terms, the widely (mis)cited levels of driving automation? You can be! You could read one of the many purported (and often erroneous) summaries of it. You could read my short gloss on it. Or you could read the actual current document by downloading it for free from SAE's website. Go ahead. I'll wait. Read more about Deep in the Weeds of the Levels of Driving Automation Lurks an Ambiguous Minimal Risk Condition
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