China. Self-driving car crashed into river
#11
18-12-2018 12:40 AM
Cory said:
Need to embrace tech not reject. Learn from failure and move on.

Around 15 to 20 years back they had flown passenger plane from Europe to USA, landed the plane safely without any pilots on the plane. It was too risky to fly a pilotless plane full of 100 to 400 passengers. it never happened again

Looks GAME OVER for self driving cars.
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#12
after reading news websites, some 10 self drivers cars have crashed/accidents till now. Thinking
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#13
aiya, not everything can be done using AI lah, only idiots without intelligence would think so.

especially those non repetitive tasks which require judgemental decisions
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#14
18-12-2018 7:45 AM
MachM said:
Around 15 to 20 years back they had flown passenger plane from Europe to USA, landed the plane safely without any pilots on the plane. It was too risky to fly a pilotless plane full of 100 to 400 passengers. it never happened again

Looks GAME OVER for self driving cars.

maybe not ready. they need not 100%
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#15
18-12-2018 7:45 AM
MachM said:
Around 15 to 20 years back they had flown passenger plane from Europe to USA, landed the plane safely without any pilots on the plane. It was too risky to fly a pilotless plane full of 100 to 400 passengers. it never happened again

Looks GAME OVER for self driving cars.

Aeroplane route is already planned just to have pilot to do manual adjust if meet with unforeseen circumstances.
Distance between car is shorter, thus more difficult but more and more cars can self park and have emergency brake features.
And fix planned routes like in mining and ports transportation already started.
Even in shipping is moving that way, less and less people are required.

The trend is there, while human is still needed but definitely lesser.
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18-12-2018 11:34 AM
talkcover said:
Aeroplane route is already planned just to have pilot to do manual adjust if meet with unforeseen circumstances.
Distance between car is shorter, thus more difficult but more and more cars can self park and have emergency brake features.
And fix planned routes like in mining and ports transportation already started. Even in shipping is moving that way, less and less people are required. The trend is there, while human is still needed but definitely lesser.

if you look at the roads and highways worldwide and those cars and automobile videos on the internet, self-driving cars and vehicles will be a failure.
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#17
18-12-2018 12:38 PM
MachM said:
if you look at the roads and highways worldwide and those cars and automobile videos on the internet, self-driving cars and vehicles will be a failure.

Self driving cars are in their infancy stage, having said that, if future will anybody need to have a driving licence to "drive" a car...........?
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#18
If these cars were designed by my village boys, it will accelerate the robotic age.

If these cars were designed by my village boys .....they could fly.
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#19
18-12-2018 12:38 PM
MachM said:
if you look at the roads and highways worldwide and those cars and automobile videos on the internet, self-driving cars and vehicles will be a failure.

All routine and predictable routes will be fully automate just like used in mining and seaport
airport internal bus ready started
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3cdLHXRDng
So is clearing vehicle , cleaning, store
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZ5uc5wMY1g
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSVPwvOogZ4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0mEYIBFOPM

Agreed that at least till mid century, unlikely for those that are non routine and fast moving .
Still need people to take over.
So if you are truck, bus or delivery driver safe for now.
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#20
18-12-2018 1:24 PM
talkcover said:
Agreed that at least till mid century, unlikely for those that are non routine and fast moving .
Still need people to take over.So if you are truck, bus or delivery driver safe for now.

5 km is OK when self driving cars/automobiles have to travel 30 km or 200 km at a stretch, those AIs or circuits can malfunction.
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