Here's the math that Intel claims proves self-driving cars are safe

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The auto industry believes self-driving cars are the future of transportation and could be a key factor in preventing accidents, but the public is wary of autonomous vehicles (AVs). So companies are looking to find new ways to convince consumers that driverless cars are a good idea.

Now, Intel says it can actually demonstrate exactly how safe AVs can be — and believes it has the math to prove it. 

Amnon Shashua, who is the SVP of Intel’s Autonomous Driving Group and CEO of recently acquired Mobileye, just published an academic paper that claims to provide a mathematical formula that can be applied to AVs to make sure that they won’t cause accidents on the road. Intel and Mobileye also released a “layman’s summary paper” on the formula, for those of us who never advanced beyond basic algebra. Read more…

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Source: Mashable AI Feed

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