With the increasing amount of self-driving vehicles and the move from development to deployment of commercial operations, the question about the safety and safety measures of autonomous cars becomes more prevalent. Several companies have published in the past weeks and months their safety reports that they had submitted to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DoT).
All reports have in common that they are pretty thin in regards to information and are nothing more than shiny marketing brochures. Lengthy descriptions about safety, traffic accidents and general Blabla has little substance on how the companies are ensuring and testing the safety of their algorithms, how they react to sensor defects, counter attacks from outside, and how they generally avoid crashes.
But see here for yourself. Here is a collection:
This article was also published in German.