Driving a car is easy. Engine on, eyes open, foot on the gas and you’re all set. So why is it taking autonomous cars so long to learn?
So we can deal with inaccurate maps as long as we invest in $200,000 LiDAR and other technologies to confirm to the car computers that what surrounds them is not exactly what the map shows, that’s cool.
Computers are logical, when they work correctly. I used to sell expensive supermarket scanning systems and I remember one such processor that consistently made incorrect mistakes in totally transactions, It turns out that it had a faulty chip in it at we decided it was possibly the result of an electrostatic charge somehow having occurred which damaged it, but didn’t fry it. It didn’t happen every time, but no one complained when they were under charged, we found out when it overcharged by…
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