MIT is teaching self-driving cars how to psychoanalyze humans on the road
from Digital Trends
In March 2004, the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency organized a special Grand Challenge event to test out the promise — or lack thereof — of current-generation self-driving cars. Entrants from the world's top A.I. labs competed for a $1 million prize; their custom-built vehicles trying their best to autonomously navigate a 142-mile route through California's Mojave Desert. It didn't go well. The "winning" team managed to travel just 7.4 miles in several hours before shuddering to a halt. And catching fire.
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