- New research presents algorithm that ensures a fail-safe trajectory for vehicles
- It works on the principle that other human drivers act responsibly on the roads
- Getting self-driving cars to react to unique situations is an obstacle in a roll out
An algorithm makes self-driving cars ‘accident-proof’ as long as other human drivers on the road act responsibly, scientists claim.
German researchers developed the algorithm with data collected from vehicles in the real-world and tested it in computer simulations.