More than 8 million driverless cars will hit public roads by 2025, according to research firm ABI, and they’ll all have something in common: sensors, powerful PCs, and machine learning algorithms. Nvidia, Intel’s Mobileye, Baidu, and others offer tools that produce visual representations of what those cars are seeing (and have seen) in the real world and how they’re making (or have made) decisions, but these tools aren’t perfect — they’re inflexibly desktop-based and nonstandardized,

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