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Driverless Cars Must Deal With Motorists


Driverless cars must deal with motorists, and it's proving more difficult than expected. The New York Times reported this week one surprising problem encountered by Google's autonomous vehicle project: the difficulty of interacting with human drivers. Apparently the computerized cars are not completely prepared for drivers who break the rules.

One Google car, in a test in 2009, couldn't get through a four-way stop because its sensors kept waiting for other (human) drivers to stop completely and let it go. The human drivers kept inching forward, looking for the advantage - paralyzing Google's robot.

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