(NewAtlas) A pair of artificial intelligence Ph.Ds from Cambridge University are going all-in on machine learning as the foundation of autonomous cars. Their company, Wayve, has just released video of a kitted-out Renault Twizy teaching itself to follow a lane from scratch, over the course of about 20 minutes.
Wayve's Amar Shah and Alex Kendall believe there's been too much hand-engineering going on as people try to solve the self-driving car problem.
"The missing piece of the self-driving puzzle is intelligent algorithms, not more sensors, rules and maps," says Shah, Wayve co-founder and CEO.
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