Autonomous cars keep getting smarter all the time

We’re all wired differently. We are erratic, impulsive and unpredictable, especially while driving. For that reason, engineers in Berkeley, California, are preparing autonomous cars to predict our driving behavior. They had volunteers drive in a simulator so they could collect data to better understand their patterns at the time of lane changes. With the data, they developed an algorithm that can guess when a human will change lanes with 92% accuracy. Autonomous vehicles still have a lot of learning to do before they join the fleet of cars already on the road, but when they do, they will drive smart even when we don’t.

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Autonomous cars keep getting smarter all the time

We’re all wired differently. We are erratic, impulsive and unpredictable, especially while driving. For that reason, engineers in Berkeley, California, are preparing autonomous cars to predict our driving behavior. They had volunteers drive in a simulator so they could collect data to better understand their patterns at the time of lane changes. With the data, they developed an algorithm that can guess when a human will change lanes with 92% accuracy. Autonomous vehicles still have a lot of learning to do before they join the fleet of cars already on the road, but when they do, they will drive smart even when we don’t.

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