What can a computer learn from a race car driver?
On the racetrack, the checkered flag goes to the car that’s driven to its limits and maneuvered decisively in the moment.
On a two-lane road, the split-second act of passing a vehicle stopped in front of you becomes a way more complicated call when algorithms are in control. Autonomous-vehicle maker Chris Gerdes, professor of mechanical engineering, applies these findings and more to business and life. Watch the full talk below or read the transcript.