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Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)—first developed in the 1990s, and introduced in vehicles the 2000s—have helped to reduce the number of road accidents, but ADAS cannot fully address this problem, as over 90% of all car accidents result from human mistakes. Innovations in sensors and computing power have led automobile manufacturers to pursue full vehicle automation, and many are now considering introducing this technology to the mass-market in the near future. Is the transfer of control from humans to their autonomous vehicles just around the corner? Self-driving cars will need to be ruled to be safe on...