Can machine drivers guess what pedestrians and other cars would do next?
What’s at stake?
For both human and machine drivers, perception is hard. Even harder is prediction. The driver must make reasonable assumptions — guesses — about what other vehicles or pedestrians will do next, in order to forge a safe path through traffic. The question becomes: How can machine drivers guess right, based on what criteria?
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