The New York Times (NYT) and other publications are starting to cover the growing use of artificial intelligence, and have become increasingly concerned that the technology is being misused.
But for a company that is often considered a pioneer of the field, Google’s AI efforts have a long way to go.
The Times reported Monday that Google is testing its AI-powered self-driving car with two drivers, and the company is not yet testing its self-parking system.
Google’s self-policing system uses radar and cameras to determine whether a driver is a legitimate user of the car’s onboard sensors and can then ask for permission to take over the vehicle, the Times said.
Google is also working with car manufacturers to develop self-checkouts that could detect a driver who is not driving the car properly.
It said that Google’s efforts to develop automated driving systems will go forward “with an eye toward developing the most reliable and secure systems available for the autonomous driving market.”
Google said its self drive technology has been tested on a number of prototypes and that it is currently testing “some of the best self-learning systems for autonomous driving.”
Google’s technology is built on Google’s open-source software called DeepDream.
Google and other car manufacturers are also using DeepDream for self-propelled cars, but Google’s autonomous driving technology is far more advanced than those cars, according to a Google spokeswoman.
Google also said that it plans to start testing self-driven cars in 2019, which will require the use of more advanced sensors and systems, including artificial intelligence.
In a statement, Google said it is “committed to improving the safety of all users of our vehicles.”
It said the company would work with manufacturers to design more safe vehicles.
Google will also test its self driving system on some of the world’s most advanced autonomous vehicles, including Volvo and BMW, the company said.
The company also is working with some of North America’s top auto suppliers to develop the systems needed to safely drive an autonomous vehicle on public roads.
The autonomous driving system is currently being developed by Autonomous Vehicle Solutions and Audi.
Autonomous Systems Research Inc. is developing the technology, which was designed by Google, according of a company statement.
Audi, which is part of Volkswagen AG’s parent company, is developing its own self-drive technology.
Audi said in a statement that it was testing its own automated driving technology and expects to release its self driven vehicle in 2019.
“The company is developing an autonomous driving vehicle that is safer, more comfortable, and more environmentally friendly than other commercial self-placement technologies,” Audi said.