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Stanford team clinches top spot in robot desert race

Sebastian Thrun, leader of the Stanford team, said the victory was a win for the automobile’s future, predicting that all cars would one day be able to drive themselves. “These vehicles just haven’t achieved world records, they’ve made history,” said DARPA director Tony Tether. Stanford team clinches top spot in robot desert race

This might be a good time to remember Stanford’s John McCarthy, arguably the inventor of the term “artificial intelligence” and long time proponent of intelligent, autonomous automobiles, as well as just about every other man made object.

Written on October 9, 2005


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