G7 Communications Minister said the joint declaration will develop international standards for autom plants war

The Joint Declaration on the G7 transport minister said it would develop the automatic driving international standard U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes Sina warrants stocks news Beijing time 25 days in Karuizawa, Kyodo News Agency reported that Japan, the convening of the group of seven (G7) 24 by the ministers of transport the joint declaration, the main content is put into use as soon as possible for the realization of auto technology, on the development of international safety standards cooperation. In addition, wrote, in order to speed up the artificial intelligence (AI) and other advanced technology research and development work, G7 countries will cooperate with each other, play a leading role, in addition to "guidance for manufacturers will also set up a working group to address the issue. Ishii Keiichi, chairman of Japan’s land and transportation, said at a press conference: "on the various regions of the framework is not easy to unify, in the same direction in an effort to get an understanding of." If the development of international standards to make progress, car dealers will be able to sell the same car in the world, is expected to cut costs by mass production. The declaration pointed out that the use of automatic driving will bring to prevent traffic accidents, to achieve efficient logistics and reduce the burden on the driver. In addition, it is also emphasized that the convenience of the elderly to travel and sparsely populated areas is also expected to improve traffic. The declaration said that in order to help the car business as soon as possible to achieve business, will strive to develop international harmonization of safety standards, and to avoid obstruction of excessive control of technological innovation. The new working group will be able to realize the conversion of the artificial driving when the system is abnormal during the autopilot, and study the method of exchanging information with AI. The declaration also confirmed that, in order to avoid the risk of AI was caused by cyber attacks out of control of the vehicle, the United States will provide assistance to improve the relevant guidelines being studied. (end) editor: Guo Mingyu SF008相关的主题文章: