Bryan Reimer in Wired: MIT Looks at How Humans Sorta Drive in Sorta Self-Driving Cars

Bryan Reimer in Wired: MIT Looks at How Humans Sorta Drive in Sorta Self-Driving Cars

Mon, 11/20/2017

Almost half of Americans will hop in their cars for a Thanksgiving trip this year. But if you were being very precise—if you were a team of Massachusetts of Technology researchers who study human-machine interactions—you wouldn’t say that all those Americans are "driving," exactly. 

“Our goal is to try to understand how the act of driving is beginning to transform from one where the human has primary oversight responsibility to one where the human is actively engaged in a robotic interaction with the vehicle,” says MIT AgeLab Research Scientist Bryan Reimer.

Read the full article here.

 

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