The AMA rules may well end up being the only FAA approved rules for recreational use of an sUAS (AMA membership may become mandatory as well).
This is the AMA rule for FPV:
"First Person View (FPV) Operations
1. An FPV-equipped model must be flown by two AMA members utilizing
a buddy-box system. The pilot in command must be on the primary
transmitter, maintain visual contact, and be prepared to assume
control in the event of a problem.
2. The operational range of the model is limited to the pilot in command’s
visual line of sight as defined in the Official AMA National Model
Aircraft Safety Code (see Radio Control, item 9).
3. The flight path of model operations shall be limited to the designated
flying site and approved overfly area.
4. The model weight and speed shall be limited to a maximum of 10
pounds and 60 miles per hour."
This is their official stance on autonomous and semi-autonomous flight:
"Autonomous flight, as it pertains to RC operations under AMA’s programs, infers usage of a navigational system that allows the model to fly a pre-determined mission from point A to point B, point C, etc. Autonomous flight is navigating a model aircraft autonomously."
Note that the last sentence is a tautology and not a definition. Autonomous is autonomous? Big help there. Hopefully this kind of language will be a red flag to the FAA that the AMA does not know how to write the proper documentation required by law for CBO standards. They do not even know the definition of the centuries old word "autonomous".