Recently, a number of traffic accidents involving assisted driving have once again pushed automatic driving technology to the forefront of the wave< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > on August 8, an ideal one directly collided with an engineering vehicle parked at the roadside when NOA (navigation assisted driving function) was turned on. The survey results given by the ideal side show that the vehicle owner released the steering wheel with both hands< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > coincidentally, on August 10, a car owner in Ningbo drove a Xiaopeng car into a faulty vehicle in front of him, resulting in the death of a person who was handling the accident. It is said that the car owner is using the LCC (Lane keeping function) driving assistance function. After the accident, the car owner said that he had successfully stopped in front of an obstacle after using this function for many times. This time, he was “distracted” when driving< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > two days later, another netizen revealed that during the test drive of Xiaopeng’s car, the salesperson showed him the auxiliary driving function, but accidentally bumped into the front car, causing an accident. The netizen said that the salesperson was still very “confident” not to step on the brake when the vehicle rushed to the front< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > these accidents have two obvious similarities: first, the driver’s unconditional trust in the auxiliary driving function; Second, the auxiliary driving does not function as expected by the driver< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > after the accident, many netizens commented that the automatic driving technology was unreliable. However, this assessment is slightly biased. Assisted driving is not equivalent to automatic driving. Some enterprises are also responsible for the confusion between the two concepts< br>