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  1. Why it matters: As technology advances, the safety of driver assistance systems continues to improve—but they're not infallible. Security researchers have shown how hijacked internet-connected billboards could trick systems such as Tesla's Autopilot into braking suddenly, stopping, or swerving. As reported by Wired, researchers at Israel's Ben Gurion University of the Negev have been experimenting with "phantom" images that can confuse self-driving/driver-assistance tech. It involves creating split-second light projections so the systems "see" something that isn't really there, such as
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