Humans will apparently always be illogical; iSee is developing software that brings common sense “understanding” to autonomous vehicles; Cruise Automation still on track to roll out fully autonomous cars on the streets of San Francisco by next year.
The results of last week’s #FridayPollDay really disturbed me. Have a look here, follow me while you’re at it, and then have a listen to this segment.
iSee brings common sense to autonomous vehicles
The idea is to enable autonomous cars to have a sort of “common sense” to augment their computer vision so they not only “see” but also “understand” the world around them.
Unexpected blurb on universal basic mobility, and mobility as a basic human right (especially in light of today’s midterm elections in the US
GM’s Cruise Automation still on track for next year
Cruise Automation is still the only true contender to Waymo insofar as preparing to offer autonomous passenger service, and by focusing on the crazy streets of San Francisco, it should be prepared for just about anything. Except perhaps Boston.
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