Drive.ai wants to help autonomous cars talk with the people around them

(Drive.ai) Tweet Share If you are walking around Mountain View, California and stumble across a car that beeps at you like R2-D2, it’s probably thanks to Carol Reiley. She’s the co-founder and president of Drive.ai, an autonomous car startup that wants to help robot cars learn how to interact with people better — and maybe even deliver a world without honking. “My interest in robotics lies in where technology intersects with humanity,” says Reiley, who left Stanford University’s artificial intelligence lab to found Drive.ai. “How do these cars actually interact with people?” Autonomous car development has mostly focused on the technology of self-driving cars. They address challenges like bad weather or bicyclists; companies with grander ambitions aim to change the entire model of car ownership. Drive.ai wants to solve the…


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