Driverless cars still confused by cyclists: Renault CEO – CNBC

Posted: Friday, January 08, 2016

Renault’s chief executive, Carlos Ghosn, announced the plans Thursday, saying the first semi-autonomous vehicles will debut this year, with a fully autonomous car ready by 2020.

However Ghosn admitted to CNBC that there was a major issue.

“One of the biggest problems is people with bicycles,” he said.

“The car is confused by them because from time-to-time they behave like pedestrians and from time-to-time they behave like cars.”


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