The car Jen hires, in turn, makes deals for road space with other cars, depending on her hurry level. All these cars, of course, drive themselves. But more than that, they’re autonomous business entities — they own themselves. If they prosper, they have “children,” by commissioning more vehicles; if they don’t, Hearn says, “they can’t recharge their batteries, and they die.”
… out how, if given a massive enough dataset, to start to capture interactions and latent variables. Interestingly, backprop neural networks from the ’80s are sometimes competitive with the latest techniques, if given the same massive datasets. See here. It’s the data, silly.