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May 31, 2022


Roadside Objects Can Trick Driverless Cars

“A box, bicycle, or traffic cone may be all that is necessary to scare a driverless vehicle into coming to a dangerous stop in the middle of the street or on a freeway off-ramp, creating a hazard for other motorists and pedestrians,” says Qi Alfred Chen, professor of computer science at the University of California, Irvine, and coauthor of a new paper on the findings.

Chen recently presented the paper at the Network and Distributed System Security Symposium in San Diego.

Read the full story on Futurity.

Roadside Objects Can Trick Driverless Cars

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