AI instructors teach student drivers in Shanghai how to get behind the wheel

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “AI instructors teach student drivers in Shanghai how to get behind the wheel” – below is their description.

    A Shanghai driving school in China has “hired” artificial-intelligence coaches to teach student drivers how to get behind the wheel. Equipped with high-precision GPS trackers and radar, the AI coaches in the cars can detect obstacles and the real-time position of the vehicles, according to state media. The robotic instructors can apparently teach students how to master driving manoeuvers such as parallel parking and 90-degree turns.

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