British startup says its self-driving car doesn’t need fancy tech

A British startup says it doesn’t need the expensive sensing tech found in most self-driving cars and has opted instead to use cameras and artificial intelligence software that learns how drivers react to real-world situations. Medium reported Monday that Wayve fits its test cars with a camera, a GPS tracker, and a computer to analyze collected data. Unlike other self-driving cars, the Wayve vehicle lacks costly lidar and radar systems…