If you want to use US stats, be my guest.
Both fatal Tesla Accidents were while autopilot was engaged. Whoops, I missed the death in China so make that two confirmed, one probable, so likely 4 in all.
You are kidding yourself if you think the two incident's being investigated aren't the fault of the autonomous sytems.
All right. So 4 deaths, caused by prototype beta systems that were meant to be supervised at the time of the incident, but weren't due to driver innatention.
Zero caused by fully autonomous because they're as yet unreleased.
Stagecoach gives trial to UK's first full-sized driverless bus
Granted the bus will only be moving in the depot and not on the roads, its another step towards fully autonomous bus fleets.
At this rate I'd say it'll be the norm a hell of a lot faster than people expect
SELF-DRIVING TRUCKS ARE NOW DELIVERING REFRIGERATORS
Driving 650 miles, albeit with a human on board to monitor for now, since October 2017, autonomous trucks have been hauling Frigidaire refrigerators along the I-10 freeway, from a El Paso, Texas, to Palm Springs, California.
The amount of trials of autonomous buses is growing with more and more cities around the world beginning their own trials
Australia - The NSW government is rolling out a trial of driverless vehicles in the mid-north coast tourism destination Coffs Harbour.
Read more at https://www.businessinsider.com.au/nsw-trial-autonomous-bus-2018-7#VWL8gvcV53f3xBf7.99
Canada - Montreal City announces pilot project for self-driving shuttle buses https://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/city-announces-pilot-project-for-autonomous-buses
France - Macron appointed a senior official, Anne-Marie Idrac, to develop a national strategy for driverless mobility – including new laws, regulations for experiments and pilot projects, and cybersecurity and privacy issues. http://europe.autonews.com/article/20180808/ANE/180809840?template=mobile02&X-IgnoreUserAgent=1
New York - https://www.engadget.com/2018/07/18/coast-autonomous-shuttle-new-york/?guccounter=1