Google wants to use AI to time traffic lights more efficiently

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Google wants to use AI to time traffic lights more efficiently

Early-phase research project disclosed.

Google cut fuel use and traffic delays by 10 percent to 20 percent at four locations in Israel by using artificial intelligence to optimize signal lights and it next plans to test the software in Rio de Janeiro. The early-phase research project is among new software initiatives inside Google to ...

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