Microsoft arbeitet mit dem MIT an Artificial Intelligence, um virtuelle Blind Spots beim Autonomen Fahren zu erkennen. Spannend!
The approach has the AI compare a human's actions in a given situation to what it would have done, and alters its behavior based on how closely it matches the response. If an autonomous car doesn't know how to pull over when an ambulance is racing down the road, it could learn by watching a flesh-and-bone driver moving to the side of the road.
The model would also work with real-time corrections. If the AI stepped out of line, a human driver could take over and indicate that something went wrong.Researchers even have a way to prevent the driverless vehicle from becoming overconfident and marking all instances of a given response as safe. A machine learning algorithm not only identifies acceptable and unacceptable responses, but uses probability calculations to spot patterns and determine whether something is truly safe or still leaves the potential for problems. Even if an action is right 90 percent of the time, it might still see a weakness that it needs to address.