AAA Tests Vehicle AI Only to Find Troubling Inconsistencies: Business Casual

The latest cars on the market flout high-tech features like lane-assist and auto obstacle detection, alluring modern buyers. This smart software is designed for a safer drive, but recent third-party testing by the American Automobile Association unearths troubling inconsistencies in design and function.

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On this episode of Business Casual, hosts Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern take a look at the AAA’s findings. The study revealed a 66% hit rate on stationary vehicles. The car’s AI also struggled to detect faded lane markings, making the lane-detect feature highly erratic. With such findings, the hosts ponder whether automobile manufactures are over-flouting their tech, and what the consequences are for consumers.

The world continues to turn to tech to solve its problems such as automobile safety, but in a relatively new science is vehicle AI moving too fast?

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