Study: A hack affecting 20 percent of driverless cars would halt Manhattan

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Researchers have modelled a scenario where 20 percent of driverless cars in Manhattan are hacked, and it’s not good news.

The study is titled ‘Cyber-physical risks of hacked Internet-connected vehicles’ and envisions a scenario where just a small number of vehicles in a city are compromised.

Many of us know what can happen to journey times when there are one or two traffic incidents along our route.

If just 20 percent of vehicles are stopped remotely, the researchers’ model predicts a city like Manhattan would grind to a complete halt. Even at 10 percent, the model indicates half of Manhattan’s

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