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    Two autonomous driven Teslas rear end two different motorcycles with riders!

    I want to talk to my attorney ... Que the OJ's for the love of money
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    Thanks for posting this!

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      #3
      I have been following this topic, and I have always thought Tesla's deployment of 'Autonomy' was utterly reckless.

      We have known since the mid-90s that asking people to monitor high level automated systems is not going to work. People just can't pay passive attention. Further, the Machine Learning systems they've deployed and non-deterministic, which means we cannot evaluate them directly for safety, especially given the number of irregular cases that may exist on the road.

      I don't want to say that they haven't done a good job, or that the technology is flawed, it is just not going to be ready to replace drivers any time soon. More critically, until it does work all the time, asking people to babysit it, is a recipe for failure.



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        #4
        Those cars punt kids too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mnG_Gbxf_w



        Originally Posted by riot View Post
        People just can't pay passive attention. Further, the Machine Learning systems they've deployed and non-deterministic, which means we cannot evaluate them directly for safety, especially given the number of irregular cases that may exist on the road.

        A good friend of mine wanted me to work for his company that is working on a fully autonomous car, he wanted me to be a driver. The role would be to let the car drive around San Francisco, while an engineer monitors it and I would be the safety "driver" to intervene in case of an emergency. I couldn't think of a more stressful job and quickly told him no way.

        sears

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          #5
          Originally Posted by halfast View Post
          Those cars punt kids too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mnG_Gbxf_w





          A good friend of mine wanted me to work for his company that is working on a fully autonomous car, he wanted me to be a driver. The role would be to let the car drive around San Francisco, while an engineer monitors it and I would be the safety "driver" to intervene in case of an emergency. I couldn't think of a more stressful job and quickly told him no way.
          I mean...

          How good is the radio...
          Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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            #6
            I LOL'd at this one:

            https://jalopnik.com/driverless-cars...aim-1849524087

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              #7
              I think Congress will pass a law soon that will allow makers of autonomous vehicles to be free from liability should the vehicle hurt or kill someone.
              The lobbyists always win in the end.

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