Three Small Stickers in Intersection Can Cause Tesla Autopilot to Swerve Into Wrong Lane


Security researchers from Tencent have demonstrated a way to use physical attacks to spoof Tesla’s autopilot

An integral part of the autopilot system in Tesla’s cars is a deep neural network that identifies lane markings in camera images. Neural networks “see” things much differently than we do, and it’s not always obvious why, even to the people that create and train them. Usually, researchers train neural networks by showing them an enormous number of pictures of something (like a street) with things like lane markings explicitly labeled, often by humans. The network will gradually learn to identify lane

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