Old 11-05-19, 02:26 PM
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Originally Posted by genec View Post
Sensors are used for the moment to moment driving. That's how they see cyclists, new road construction and constantly changing road scene.
Are the currently fielded sensors able to reliably anticipate and react appropriately in real time(other than come to a stop whenever confused) to what the operators (unpredictable humans or unrecognized/non-standardized proprietary driverless software/hardware) of other nearby vehicles do in moment to moment driving, let alone predict and react appropriately in real time to the actions of unpredictable pedestrians and animals?

Has there been any credible progress on any of the driverless car players sharing software technology and recognition data so that their vehicles can safely recognize and interact with each other in real time driving scenarios?
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