This Start-Up Makes Sure Driverless Cars Don’t Run You Over

Drive.ai’s digital signs will let pedestrians know when it’s safe to cross in front of the car. Making a successful self-driving car, according to California start-up Drive.ai, is more than just about packing a vehicle full of sensors and computers—it’s about teaching the car to communicate with everything around it, from stoplights to humans to other cars. Drive.ai is making an artificial intelligence kit that it hopes will allow any car to be retrofitted with autonomous driving capabilities. The kit is a hardware and software platform comprising what you’d expect to find on a self-driving vehicle: a control system, sensors, and a human interface. But unlike most self-driving test cars on the road today, Drive.ai’s system also includes an electronic billboard strapped to the roof, a bit like a digital…


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