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Driver-free

Many cities, or at least their central regions, will contain areas without human drivers. People will be barred from entering these areas inside their own transport. They won’t have road signs, traffic lights, markings, but there will be new devices - beacons in case an emergency shutdown of the central system should occur, synchronizing the movement of controlled robot vehicles. In this case, vehicles will be able to make decisions independently reducing their speed to a safe level. This architecture will allow to tackle effectively possible attacks on the central control system. In such areas the problem of traffic congestion will be solved completely, which will make the idea very popular in different countries.

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Mehmet Good but ı do not trust robots and AI s
27 Dec 2019
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Edward Abril ok
06 Feb 2019
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Barry Benson Driveless cars already exist right now right? I'm scared for when they get put out there. All sorts of wrong could happen. Hackers, for example.
06 Feb 2019
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Zigler21 @BARRY BENSON: Now your just afraid that watch dogs 2 will exist.
06 Feb 2019
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amin yes the future of morroco
06 Feb 2019
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semi-atomic BARRY BENSON , a car does not have to be driverless to be hackable. Most modern cars are powered by computers so they can be hacked and controlled. So it will be a good market for new security corporations. Guess that's where kaspersky comes in :)
06 Feb 2019
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Ju Redfield you just invented the train
06 Feb 2019
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