“Cars still do dumb things even with perfect information” about what is around them, he said. The real problem is predicting what others—including cars and pedestrians—are going to do. “Even if you can see it, it’s not enough. You need to have proper reasoning.” In other words, a “fundamental breakthrough” in AI is necessary to move self-driving car technology forward, he said. “The existing, state-of-the-art [software] is not sufficient to know how to predict the future” of objects around the vehicle.
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