"The self-driving cars of the future will need to be transparent about what their intentions are, how they make decisions and what they see, said Ms. Reiley, who is a roboticist with a background in designing underwater robotics and medical systems. They will need to communicate clearly both with the world around them as well as with their passengers.How Driverless Cars May Interact With People - The New York Times
“There’s the left brain in which a lot of discussion has taken place, what algorithms and what sensors, the logical side,” she said. “A lot of the discussion around self-driving cars has no human component, which is really weird because this is the first time a robotic system is going out in the world and interacting with people.”"
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
How Driverless Cars May Interact With People - The New York Times
Also see Drive.ai uses deep learning to teach self-driving cars – and to give them a voice (TechCrunch)