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The "dangerous" AI tool that could dominate F1

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The "dangerous" AI tool that could dominate F1
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Jan 24, 2019, 11:30 AM

Formula 1 teams are very cagey about their latest developments, particularly if they provide big advantages. One area in which many are quietly working is machine learning, but there could be big problems ahead with this technology

'Hey Alexa, can you design me a Formula 1 car?'

Whether it's getting the latest news, listening to music or asking a question, these days many people have small pieces of basic artificial intelligence in their homes.

While this might not actually be the cutting edge of AI technology, the tech industry is advancing to the point where computers could be able to think for themselves and, potentially, come up with the designs for future F1 cars.

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