This is complicated by the fact that some human drivers do not even know themselves, what they intend to do. So how should a computer control system be able to anticipate what a human driver intends to do, when the human drivers don't even know themselves?
This is Google we're talking about. If anyone can do it, it's them.
First thought: use facial recognition against their Google Street View database to positively identify the individual. Then pull up all their online activities and generate a psychological profile of how aggressive a driver they are. Then compare that profile to others in the past as well as that individual in the past to predict what they are going to do next.