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Have you ever wondered what would happen if bikes could think for themselves? Well, this week MIT researchers have a paper exploring the possible effects of an autonomous bicycle fleet on urban mobility.

The MIT Autonomous Bicycle – a multi-year project – is exploring bike sharing on demand. The idea is that users request a bike through an app and autonomously ride it to their location, where they can ride it normally.

Once the ride is complete, it will return to autonomous mode to pick up the next user or drive to a charging station.

Wait, how does an autonomous bike work?