Giving self-driving cars personality

Giving cars a personality: Drive.ai’s artificial intelligence system uses software and hardwareto makeautonomous vehicles smarter, enabling them to not only navigate obstacles, but also to communicate both with people inside and outside the car. — Drive.ai/TNS Sure, the Google self-driving cars cruising around Mountain View, California and the Uber fleet expected to roll out any day now in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania are expected to stop at red lights, avoid pedestrians and obey speed ­limits. But do they have personality? Mountain View startup Drive.ai, which unveiled its technology recently, wants to focus on that aspect of self-driving cars. The company’s artificial intelligence system uses software and hardware to make autonomous vehicles smarter, enabling them to not only navigate obstacles, but also to communicate both with people inside and outside the car. “Vehicles…


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