Thursday, April 10, 2008

Microsoft Introduces Tool for Avoiding Traffic Jams - New York Times

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The new service’s software technology, called Clearflow, was developed over the last five years by a group of artificial-intelligence researchers at the company’s Microsoft Research laboratories. It is an ambitious attempt to apply machine-learning techniques to the problem of traffic congestion. The system is intended to reflect the complex traffic interactions that occur as traffic backs up on freeways and spills over onto city streets.

Microsoft Introduces Tool for Avoiding Traffic Jams - New York Times

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