Audi’s New A8 Shows How Robocars Can Work With Humans

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From Wired:

In 2012 the engineers working on Google’s self-driving car realized they had a problem. Early testers had agreed to always watch the road in case of emergencies, but many didn’t—and it put them at serious risk. This is what’s known as the handoff problem: how to alert and engage the distracted human when the computer falters. Google’s solution? Bypass the issue by building a vehicle that operates entirely on its own.

https://www.wired.com/story/self-driving-car-user-interface/

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