“...by building from a list of technical requirements, researchers neglect the single most important part of real-world driving: our intuition. Using it to determine the motivations of those around us is something humans are so effortlessly good at that it’s hard to even notice we’re doing it, nonetheless program for it.” “Why are computers so bad at this task of mind reading if it’s so easy for people? This circumstance comes up so often in AI development that it has a name: “Moravec’s Paradox.” The tasks that are easiest for people are often the ones that are the hardest for computers.” Full article: