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Product Development within Artificial Intelligence, Ethics and Legal Risk

Exemplary for Safe Autonomous Vehicles

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Table of contents (7 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xlii
  2. Introduction

    • Thomas Winkle
    Pages 1-6Open Access
  3. Findings from Traffic Accident Analysis

    • Thomas Winkle
    Pages 7-43Open Access
  4. Analysis of Poor Visibility Real-World Test Scenarios

    • Thomas Winkle
    Pages 45-66Open Access
  5. Technical, Legal, and Economic Risks

    • Thomas Winkle
    Pages 67-123Open Access
  6. Qualitative Interviews with Developers

    • Thomas Winkle
    Pages 125-138Open Access
  7. Consulting Concept to Develop New Systems

    • Thomas Winkle
    Pages 139-144Open Access
  8. Summary and Discussion

    • Thomas Winkle
    Pages 145-154Open Access
  9. Back Matter

    Pages 155-248

About this book

This open-access-book synthesizes a supportive developer checklist considering sustainable Team and agile Project Management in the challenge of Artificial Intelligence and limits of image recognition. The study bases on technical, ethical, and legal requirements with examples concerning autonomous vehicles. As the first of its kind, it analyzes all reported car accidents state wide (1.28 million) over a 10-year period. Integrating of highly sensitive international court rulings and growing consumer expectations make this book a helpful guide for product and team development from initial concept until market launch.

The author

Thomas Winkle (Prof. Dr.-Ing., MBA Communication & Leadership) is a multiple author in best-selling Springer books such as “Autonomous Driving: Technical, Legal and Social Aspects” or the “Handbook of Driver Assistance Systems”. His work bases on three decades in sustainable team consulting as employee and researcher in the legal departments of three car manufacturers as well as a professor at IU International University and TU Munich. Thomas Winkle received the Volkswagen research award for his significant Human-Centered Design into the development of the Automatic Emergency Brake. He was responsible to prepare the ADAS Code of Practice. As consultant at international courts, he links Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, Sustainable Agile Management, Mindful Communication and Law using Autonomous Vehicles example definition requirements.



Keywords

  • Customer/Consumer Protection
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Automated Driving
  • Autonomous Vehicle
  • Image Recognition
  • Deep Residual Learning
  • Open Access

Authors and Affiliations

  • MBA Communication & Leadership, IU International University, Munich, Germany

    Thomas Winkle

About the author

The author

Thomas Winkle (Prof. Dr.-Ing., MBA Communication & Leadership) is a multiple author in best-selling Springer books such as “Autonomous Driving: Technical, Legal and Social Aspects” or the “Handbook of Driver Assistance Systems”. His work bases on three decades in sustainable team consulting as employee and researcher in the legal departments of three car manufacturers as well as a professor at IU International University and TU Munich. Thomas Winkle received the Volkswagen research award for his significant Human-Centered Design into the development of the Automatic Emergency Brake. He was responsible to prepare the ADAS Code of Practice. As consultant at international courts, he links Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, Sustainable Agile Management, Mindful Communication and Law using Autonomous Vehicles example definition requirements.

Bibliographic Information

Buying options

Softcover Book USD 49.99
Price excludes VAT (USA)