set to trial never-before-seen feature at season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand PrixThe aim will be to try to monitor track violations better

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE will be trialled for the first time at the Abu Dhabi GP this weekend. This season has seen cars often cross the white line at the edge of the track which has resulted in lap times being lost in qualifying and in the race. This weekend will hopefully be different as the FIA will be using “Computer Vision” technology to analyse the edge of the track. He said: “They don’t want to use the Computer Vision to diagnose cancer. “What they want to do is to use it to throw out the 80 per cent of cases where there clearly is no cancer in order to give the well-trained people more time to look at the 20 per cent.

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