Driverless cars need to see the world like we do



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In August, speaking to Bloomberg, artificial intelligence celebrity Andrew Ng posited that the quickest way to create reliable autonomous vehicles is to fix the pedestrians, not the cars. “What we tell people is, ‘Please be lawful and please be considerate,” Ng said to Bloomberg. Ng’s remarks, which come at an especially sensitive time in the short history of driverless cars, caused a commotion in the AI community, drawing criticism and approval from different experts. In the past months, self-driving cars have been involved in several incidents, with one of them resulting in the death of a pedestrian. Most researchers and AI experts…

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