Since their inception, computers have lived in a world of ones and zeros, doggedly processing if-then and and-or statements through multiple language layers.
One fascinating technology being developed for self-driving cars may change all that, giving computers a stronger visual understanding of our world, and could possibly be the first step towards an evolving computer self-consciousness.
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