Autonomous cars may be our future, but many enthusiasts are not excited by the prospect of seeing it Driverless race cars Go around for a round.
It takes primarily human ability and error from racing, which is tantamount to turning motorsport into a “refined” discipline where there is unpredictably little space. In plain English, autonomous car racing is boring to watch. Of course you did not take into account this accident involving the Robores self-driving vehicle.
This happened at the start of the season beta 1.1 race when the Robores team decided to drive straight against a wall instead of following the SIT Acronis autonomous’ self-driving car route. The footage shows how the AI controls Autonomous racer Once started, “decide” to move it to the right and plow into the pit wall.
RoboRace is the world’s first driver-less / autonomous motorcycle genre.
This was one of their first live broadcast events.
This is the second run.
It ran straight into a wall. pic.twitter.com/ss5R2YVRi3
– Ryan (@ dogryan100) October 29, 2020
It is not clear what led to the crash, but above all it must have been caused by a glitch. Remember, this is not the only incident where the car of the Autonomous Racing Cross is said to have stabilization problems, which led to “getting lost” on the track, resulting in dropping the race.
However, these incidents illustrate the challenges of unleashing AI on a real race track. Unlike autonomous cars that are “taught” to drive on public roads, Robot racers Runs at very high speeds, so there is less room for error. They have less time to face dangers and make better calls.