Driverless cars can be fooled into perceiving projected images as real, researchers warn

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Autopilot systems of autonomous vehicles can be deceived to consider projected images as real
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Autopilot systems of autonomous vehicles can be deceived to consider projected images as real

Attackers could exploit the design flaw to cause vehicles to steer into the wrong lane into oncoming traffic

Autopilot systems on driverless cars can be fooled into considering projected images as real, causing them to apply the brakes suddenly or to swerve into the path of oncoming traffic. That's the warning...

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