GTA V Teaching Self Driving Cars! – The Know Game News

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  • asifur rahman

    ur channel sucks

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  • MegaBlindy

    Sooo… Code Lyoko will happen sooner than the Terminator… Good to know…

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  • Abe Froeman

    Adam needs some anti-aliasing.

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  • kingzak13

    This needs to be said, It is pronounced "Came Bridge" not "Cam Bridge".

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  • David Bentz Jr.

    Explain again how using video game data is better than using real world data to develop this software? 2:38

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  • sinamissaimon

    paused at 0:21 for no particular reason. How are you so photogenic?

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  • Striker Str

    The computer's gonna know everything about dealing with lunatics on the road.
    That, and car chases.

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  • Shreyas

    GTA 5 for cars is a pretty damn awesome idea……next they should let space ships learn from normandy and fighter planes in future to learn from star wars(its too far into future)………so no make that infinite warfare.

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  • Maitland Vaughan-Turner

    cars will learn to steal cars?

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  • zoob m

    how about using video games to teach things to NPCs within the game itself?

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  • One-Leg Studios

    um… I have just drove around and tried to get as much blood on my car as possible.

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  • mesa S

    Now you know, when you found someone to play a heist, it'll probably be AI

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  • Sergio Mendez

    Is that dude high? lmao

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  • G-String

    Lol

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  • James Hanson

    GTA V's own AI is a shocking thing to be learning from. Its just a lil bit dopey and might lead to a case of blind leading the blind.

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  • Tha Dogg Doctor

    So we are going to have cops follow us into the sea like in vice city right xD

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  • Jet Fusion

    So i can do bank heists and hiding in the trunk with my Tesla soon?

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  • Yokai The Wolf

    So basically 2021 is going to have a bunch of chappies

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  • Toby Harriman

    he completely butchered the pronunciation of Cambridge

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  • L

    Adam Ellis is hugh mungus

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  • adambomb42x

    I think it's a great idea.

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  • TheTechnicalNirl

    Great. Next they're going to make supercomputers watch Terminator to teach them how to build androids.

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  • Hungry Guy

    5:32 There have been a few times I tried to play GTA by obeying the laws and not causing any mayhem. Didn't last very long. Usually the cops would come careening around some corner and crash into me, and suddenly I had a wanted level.

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  • Matthew Stryletz

    Programmer1: Damn it, the car's heading for the strip club again!

    Programmer2: Hey, at least it's stopped repeatedly running people over to keep them from getting up.

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  • wherethetatosat

    The world just became a much more dangerous place to be a hooker.

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  • Buchanan Games

    nice appearance from X-Ray 1:40

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  • d4ark

    Did she just pronounce Darmstadt as "Dharma stadt"?

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  • patrick Katalenas

    self driving cars should be given only to those handicapped that cannot in any way drive a car. if we give it to everyone then we're a step closer to being lazy like those humans in Wall-E, and that is NOT a future we want to be in

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  • Stefan Mitchell

    thats how i learned to drive. good choice science.

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  • EeveeFall

    so when they hear gun shot they'll run over whoever they feel like?

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  • Earl Francart

    they can keep the self driving cars.. i will never use one,,

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  • BladeLigerV

    Such an interesting and effective theory.

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  • Tajuan A Gaskin

    what about signaling

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  • Wardre Caridius

    Robotic heists? Chappie anyone?

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  • Hisham 5%

    bull in human form

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  • ROBDEWAND

    cars drivig a bit too bupy perfect for Belgium here our roads are nothing but bumpy so its good

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  • Dutch Villager

    They misspelled Ryan's name in some of the gameplay footage

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  • PCgames Walkthrough MKM

    who the heck is that guy on the right side man these guys looks really weird atleast he have to remove that nose ring i don't know where these guys acquired him….

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  • MK Warlock

    Is this guy trying to land a role as a dwarf in some medieval fantasy movie or what?!

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  • Zhengster

    Doesn't it feel good when you can use GTA footage without getting copyright striked.

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  • Nellie Nebulous

    this is a great idea! i often find that the cars in GTA appear to drive DIRECTLY into my way. this will help with one major flaw in self driving cars: they get into accidents when others fail to follow the law

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  • Rahul Mishra

    She's soooooooooooooo hott…………. #Whiteprevilege

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  • Trusteft

    It's really clever to make more and more clever AI and more and more autonomous AI.
    It will never come back and bite us on the ass.

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  • Cheonging101

    They could use Watchdogs next and let the cars "learn" how to prevent getting hacked.

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  • Judge Lazar

    This is literally the worst idea in human history. Look forward to self driving cars that randomly change lanes aggressively as soon as another car comes close, when they are the only two cars on the road. A world where stop lights sometimes have the opposite meaning. Where self driving cars slam on the accelerator and plow through anybody and anything in the way at the slightest hint of any unexpected action by pedestrians that may be perceived as aggression.

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  • osbely

    This was just mentioned on Conan O'Brian. 7 months after this report.

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  • Jakub Lenner

    I also used GTA V in my bachelor thesis for optimizing optical flow navigation of offroad robot.

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