Public Perceptions of Autonomous Vehicles (AV): A Review

  • Shakti P. ChavanEmail author
Conference paper


Autonomous Vehicles (AV) or Driver-less Cars or Self-Driving Car technology emerging faster than anybody would have ever thought of. In this paper, an introduction to AVs, its details, disruptive potential of AVs, an adaption of AVs, the perception of people, etc. have been discussed. Further, a detailed literature survey has been presented followed by the inferences drawn from it. At last, the summary related to AVs has been discussed.


Autonomous vehicles AVs Public perceptions 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Wayne State UniversityDetroitUSA

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