Key documents referenced in the report

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KEY DOCUMENTS
REFERENCED IN THE REPORT
14 Ethics of Connected and Automated Vehicles
Document Short name used in the report
AI High Level Expert Group. Ethics guidelines for
trustworthy AI. B-1049 Brussels, 2019. AIHLEG Guidelines for
Trustworthy AI
Di Fabio, U., M. Broy, and R. J. Brüngger. Ethics
Commission. Automated and Connected Driving.
Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure
of the Federal Republic of Germany, 2017.
German Ethics
Commission’s
guidelines
European Commission Expert Group on Liability
and New Technologies – New Technologies
Formation, Liability for Articial Intelligence and
Other Emerging Technologies, Brussels, 2019.
Expert Group report on
Liability for AI
European Group on Ethics in Science and New
Technologies (EGE) statement on Articial
Intelligence, Robotics and ‘Autonomous Systems’,
Brussels, 2018.
EGE statement on
Articial Intelligence
Regulation (EU) 2016/679 Of The European
Parliament And Of The Council of 27 April 2016
on the protection of natural persons with regard
to the processing of personal data and on the free
movement of such data, and repealing Directive
95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation).
GDPR
Santoni de Sio, F. Ethics and Self-Driving Cars: A
White Paper on Responsible Innovation in Automated
Driving Systems, Dutch Ministry of Transportation and
Infrastructure Rijkswaterstaat, 2016.
Dutch White Paper on
Ethics and Self-driving
Cars
Task Force on Ethical Aspects of Connected and
Automated Driving (Ethics Task Force), Report, Federal
Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure of the
Federal Republic of Germany, 2018.
Ethics Task Force report

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