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It's Almost Funny at This...
The system itself programmed them.
>Even the fucking machines hated Hillary.
I guess robots didn't want Wall-E: Live Action
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Gay Girls jam
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DONALD TRUMP-MAN OF THE YEAR
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DeadlyFoez's Aquaponics Update
I have only heard that it was possible, I haven't looked into it too much yet. But thanks for the input and now I know a little more of what I should be looking for when I go to search that exact process up.
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Tesla Floors it to not get...
They dont have to be perfect they just gotta be better then humans.
Self driving cars haven't killed two people, they've failed to save 2 people.
As far as i know, SDCs have only been responsible for one incident, where one rear ended someone else, after its sensors failed, and thusly, it failed to detect the car infront.
And that was years ago, with a low end prototype model. These ones have 8x the cameras, and 40x the computing power. There's a reason they now advertise them as being fully autonomous. Or at least ones with more recent tech.
The very first crash was a Tesla that drove full speed into a semi.
Several other manufacturers have noticed software problems that cause the cars to just 'stop driving' and let the car go in neutral.
They are dangerous, and don't have nearly the number of safeguards they attempt to advertise.
"The very first crash was a Tesla that drove full speed into a semi."
idk why but that is fucking hilarious
just imagine a guy sitting in a car like "Car slow down"
"car what are you doing"
"car comE ON STO--"
Investigators said they didn't even know if he knew what was going on at the time.
First responders and the driver of the truck all said that they saw 'Harry Potter' playing on DVD in the car when they went to rescue him, but the final report says that it wasn't even on. An odd discrepancy.
Also, it probably wasn't actually the 'first crash' globally, as a family is suing in China for their relative being killed when his Tesla drove into the back of a semi on the highway. It just didn't make big news in the west.
lol @ "compared to parachutes"
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