Will Neurosymbolic AI Change Autonomous Vehicles? It was done in GTA.
An emerging field called neurosymbolic artificial intelligence, or AI, could help spark an evolutionary step for self-driving automobiles. While more basic groundwork is needed to ensure the reliability of these AI-based systems, they appear to hold promise for aiding driver training and helping drivers adhere to the rules of the road, writes Paulo Shakarian, a Fulton Schools associate professor specializing in AI. He sees potential for such systems to enable better diagnostics of autonomous driving systems and encourage more confidence in the safe performance of these vehicles. The article includes a video showing the creation of a self-driving car using neurosymbolic AI.