Experimental Security Research of Tesla Autopilot

Tencent Keen Security Lab (CN)

When we perceive the world, we have to rely on our senses. But sometimes they play tricks on us. Sensory misperceptions occur based on erroneous perception, processing, or interpretation of stimuli. Optical illusions stemming from the fact that our perception is based on incomplete information are probably the best known. The video from Tencent Keen Security Lab in Shanghai, China, shows an impressive example of how machines can also be deceived, in this case a Tesla car. Can the term “sensory deception” also be applied to computers?

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Credits: Keen Security Lab