MIT Spinoff’s Computational Cognitive Science Technology Making Unfamiliar Conditions & Complex Interactions Redundant For Autonomous Driving

Different Levels The thought of 5G-enabled, AI-powered self-driving cars on our roads — or autonomous vehicles (AV) to those more technically minded — is an exciting prospect for many people. And with current predictions, it is forecasted that by 2030 one in 10 vehicles will be fully automated. However, the caveat to all this is that the technology is …

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