Driverless vehicles do not understand Dutch cyclists
The Dutch government is running into problems with its autonomous vehicle plans; namely, the automobiles can’t understand cyclists.
According to ‘I Amsterdam’, there are 881,000 bikes in Amsterdam alone. 58 percent of Amsterdammers older than 12 cycles daily. That’s a big problem if driverless cars are unable to understand and react to cyclists.
Under the Dutch government’s plans, 100...