Self-Driving Cars Still Don't Know How to See

Self Driving Cars Still Don T Know How To See

Source: Meredith Broussard
Affiliation: The Atlantic

In this article, Meredith Broussard highlights the dangers of self-driving cars. Broussard expands upon the fact that cars don't see well, image recognition can be flawed, GPS systems are vulnerable, and autonomous cars can't react quickly as ways in which self-driving cars can be dangerous. Broussard also responds to popular arguments in favor of self-driving cars, arguing that at their worst, autonomous vehicles can be murder machines, and that nobody needs a self-driving car to avoid traffic.

Keywords: Computer Science , Self-Driving Cars , Tech Ethics