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  • drunkenninja (edited 9 months ago)

    From the look of the video, there should be no question that the sensors definitely picked up an object heading towards the path of collision. Sure, maybe they haven't been updated/trained to pick up human beings effectively yet, and I'm sure machine learning will manage this in a very short time... but, my biggest beef is the fact that the car didn't even slow down and go into cautious mode if an object of any size was incoming. Damn, a boulder rolling off a hill and onto a street would warrant that sort of response. I was optimistic about self driving cars being road ready this decade, my optimism is fading.