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AI-eating potholes
Susan Rambo   1/4/2017 4:29:42 PM
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Good CES summary. Thanks Junko. I wonder if AI driving cars will be smart enough to compensate for our poor infrastructure on the roads. I read a piece in Automontive News that sums it up. If an AI-driven car can avoid a pedestrian or an animal that strays into its path, will it avoid potholes and be able to deal with roads with worn or non-existant markings.



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