When humans drive, they typically do it with two eyes. When cars drive themselves, they currently rely on several. But while self-driving cars may be able to see more of the road than humans, the trick is teaching them to interpret all of that data as well as — and eventually, better than — humans can.
Source: CBC News
Date: January 17th, 2017
1) Are there any issues that are different in Canada when it comes to designing vision for self-driving cars?
2) How much do you think weather makes a difference when it comes to designing the software for self-driving cars?