Why AI Won’t Turn Cars into Evil Robots

Terminator robot one of many monsters reflecting man’s fear of artificial intelligence, going back to Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein.” Getty Images A panel of top machine-learning experts will discuss the impact of artificial intelligence and deep learning in automotive at the WardsAuto User Experience Conference coming up Oct. 4 at the Suburban Collection Showcase in Novi, MI. Artificial intelligence, cognitive computing, deep learning, whatever it is called, is on the verge of transforming vehicle safety, driving and the overall user experience. In the near term, the technology will give ordinary motorists super-human powers behind the wheel, such as 360-degree vision and give vehicles the capability of sensing and reacting to dangerous situations faster than humans. It also will enable vehicles to communicate more effectively in everyday language, like IBM’s Watson or Apple’s…


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