Engadget: Microsoft and MIT can detect AI ‘blind spots’ in self-driving cars

Microsoft and MIT can detect AI ‘blind spots’ in self-driving cars

The model would also work with real-time corrections. If the AI stepped out of line, a human driver could take over and indicate that something went wrong. Researchers even have a way to prevent the driverless vehicle from becoming overconfident and marking all instances of a given response as safe.

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