Ghost in a car shell: Engineers make self-driving vehicles ‘hallucinate’ at will — MadRadar is worrying proof-of-concept that should get automotive companies on alert

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Engineers at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, have developed a system capable of manipulating automotive radar sensors, and making vehicles ‘hallucinate’ a range of scenarios. These include hiding the approach of an oncoming vehicle, making it look as if a real car has suddenly changed direction, or creating a non-existent phantom car.

Named MadRadar, this system performs tasks quickly and doesn’t require prior knowledge of the specific radar settings of the targeted vehicle.



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Ghost in a car shell: Engineers make self-driving vehicles ‘hallucinate’ at will — MadRadar is worrying proof-of-concept that should get automotive companies on alert

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