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Nvidia's Self-Driving Car Learns From Other Drivers

Video: I don’t think anyone would argue that artificial intelligence in any of its current forms is past infancy, meaning that humans are still smarter. For now. But this car, with no driver inside, pays attention to every other meatbag-filled car on the road — and learns from them. More »      
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