Driver­less car de­ci­sions

Find out how au­ton­o­mous ve­hi­cles are learn­ing to safely nav­i­gate city streets

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Chang­ing lanes is a sim­ple process: check that it’s safe, then mir­ror, sig­nal, ma­noeu­vre. At least that’s the case for hu­man driv­ers, as we largely rely on our senses and mus­cle mem­ory. To per­form the same task, a driver­less car re­lies on pro­gram­ming, some de­gree of ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence and a myr­iad of sen­sor sys­tems mak­ing mul­ti­ple ob­ser­va­tions of its sur­round­ings. But what ex­actly does a driver­less car have to con­sider when de­cid­ing where to go and how to get there safely?

Driver­less cars must be aware of mul­ti­ple haz­ards that may move un­pre­dictably

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