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Peter Wheeler 2h
With the advent of vehicles, will there be an existential increase of Black Widow Catapults and ball bearings? There will be 40,000 disaffected drivers out there. It makes you wonder what their reaction will be after being left with debts.
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Mike Quindazzi ✨ Nov 17
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Ian Thornton-Trump 23h
...And here I thought this would be 3 to 5 years out, apparently a whole lot sooner
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Harold Sinnott 🔵 Nov 11
These students are controlling using only their . RT
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Mike Quindazzi ✨ Nov 19
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Mike Quindazzi ✨ Nov 13
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J Nilsson 20h
Would somebody explain why the Audi A8 is considered L3 and not L4? Seems like L4 (w/ an unsafe HMI) to me. MRM as fallback, ADS/vehicle/OEM responsible in mode.
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MEPHAM Nov 18
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Dunken K Bliths Nov 15
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AI Nov 16
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TAZ KAM Nov 16
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Mats Lewan Nov 17
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guidaautonoma Nov 16
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Hipfriends.com Women Nov 18
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China Plus News Nov 14
China's first homemade model of truck that meets the Level 4 driving mode is unveiled in Shanghai, which means it is fully and needs no human intervention.
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Industrial 2h
. 's Lars Skogmo, at presenting about- technology and flexibility through nesting production
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Mirela Xhota 19h
By 2020, will create 2.3 million while eliminating only 1.8 million. The future workforce is already living a
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Cian Westmoreland Nov 19
'Slaughterbots' Video Depicts a Dystopian Future of Killer . It will be screened this week in Geneva at the United Nations
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Shared-Use Mobility Nov 18
China is piloting an rail-bus hybrid that glides along road markings instead of a track
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Lukas Neckermann 3h
Replying to @CrackedW_Screen
First, I imagine (Just like ) there will be peer-to-peer sharing in parallel to fleets (Uber et al). Second, yes, parking won’t go away. Even at 50+% utilisation means parking, maintenance etc. Role for dealers, fleet management etc.
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