August 05, 2016

Go to permalink Autonomous driving cars have many components that are analogous to our own moist, biological sensory organs. A Tesla’s radar emitter and camera, for example, serve a similar purpose in driving as your big, beautiful eyes. You know how if you cover your eyes, you can’t drive very well? That’s essentially what researchers proved on a Tesla.

>Read the source article at Jalopnik

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