Imagine that you’re in your self-driving car, cruising toward a busy intersection. You panic as you see the stop signal ahead — but your car doesn’t stop.
We’ve all misinterpreted our surroundings before. Missing that bottom step or reaching too far for a nearby pen is part of being human. But what happens when a machine is made to miscalculate? Before we dive headlong into the world of autonomous cars and cities, we need to make sure our machines can’t be fooled.
Machine learning algorithms rely on input from their surroundings. As AI research has progressed, researchers have started to discover examples of how Lees verder