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Apple Reveals First Ever Details Of Its Driverless Car by xcelentattitude(m): 7:33pm On Nov 22, 2017
Apple reveals first ever details of its driverless car system that uses lasers to detect pedestrians and cyclists from a distance
*.Until now, Apple has given few hints about its self-driving car ambitious
*.But two Apple scientists have published a public paper about the research
*.It reveals that Apple's cars will use new software called 'VoxelNet'
*.The software can better spot cyclists and pedestrians with fewer sensors

WhileApple hasn't hid its self-driving car ambitions, until now, little has been known about the mysterious project. But now, computer scientists at the firm have posted a paper online, shedding light on how the self-driving cars could work. The paper reveals that Apple's self-driving cars can better spot cyclists and pedestrians using laser sensors, in a new software approach called 'VoxelNet.'

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