Google’s self-driving cars can now spot cyclists: Sensors can read hand signals and predict riders …

Google’s self-driving cars can now spot cyclists: Sensors can read hand signals and predict rider’s behaviourSensors detect a rider’s hand signals way in advance of the turnMachine learning is recognizing rider behavior to predict moves Google taught self-driving cars to drive conservatively’ around cyclists Cars give riders buffer room to pass and won’t squeeze into center laneBy Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com Published: 00:31, 7 July 2016 | Updated: 00:32, 7 July 2016 Cyclists and drivers have a long history of not sharing the road.But Google believes there is enough room for both and has taught its fleet of self-driving cars to detect, understand and remember nearby riders.The search giant’s latest self-driving car report reveals its autonomous vehicles can now interpret riders’ hand signals with onboard sensors and uses machine learning to remember behavior.Scroll down for video …


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