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The transition to driverless vehicles is on the horizon. It is likely to happen in stages over the next 30 years. This forum will discuss both the stages along the way -- that is, what is happening technologically and politically to enable it -- and the potentially vast social and economic ramifications, as it will inevitably have powerful political ripples, as many many people who are currently making good salaries driving one vehicle or another will be displaced. And many companies will inevitably be affected, for better and worse. So discussing which companies will be affected and how is also an important topic. Discussion of nvestment opportunities--long and short--are welcome.

It is intrinsic to this topic that political matters will be discussed. However, no personal insults or ad hominem comments will be tolerated. I will give one warning; on a second violation, you are gone.
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64How to Avoid Self-Driving Carmageddon Mayors should band together to ensure the Sam-5 minutes ago
63OT. I tend to be an optimist when it comes to the long-term. There are so manyslacker711-5 minutes ago
62Cars will get superior digital vision with ARM's camera chip ARM's Mali Sam-13 minutes ago
61Our leaders seem to be preparing an economic sphere that will need only a minimaSam-42 minutes ago
60 Alphabet’s Waymo Offering Families Rides in Self-Driving Cars wsj.com The effslacker711-an hour ago
59 Intelligent Machines A Key Piece of Self-Driving Cars Is About to Get a Lot Chslacker7112last Thursday
58 Good article. It is an interesting point that the normal adoption curve for caslacker711-last Thursday
57Chinese tech titan Baidu is opening up its driverless car tech to challenge GoogSam-last Thursday
56Here is oilprice.com's take on how it will affect fossil fuel use. Will AutSam-last Thursday
55A longish essay but a good start at thinking about the enormous ramifications ofSam1last Thursday
54Intel Editorial: For Self-Driving Cars, There’s Big Meaning Behind One Big NumbeSam-April 14
53Google's epic legal battle with Uber over self-driving technology, explainedSam-April 10
52How Self-Driving Cars Will Change Local Real Estate By Michael J. Gaynor on AprSam-April 9
51Tesla’s VP of Autopilot Vision leaves to join Nvidia Fred Lambert - Mar. 31st Sam-March 31
50A long blog post looking at some of the direct and indirect impacts of the develslacker711-March 30
49 Google's lead in self-driving is impressive. I wonder what percentage of tslacker711-March 28
48Uber to Suspend Autonomous Tests After Arizona Accidentby Mark Bergen and EriSam-March 25
47 Cars That Think TransportationSelf-Driving CES 2017: Nvidia and Audi Say They&#slacker711-March 22
46 <I>“We want to thank Jeff for his six months at the company and wish him Sam-March 20
45Uber President Jones Quits Amid Turmoil and Search for COO http://www.msn.com/ezax-March 19
44Maybe when you get too old to drive, you may want to rethink windsurfing. Take gronieel2-March 19
43Interesting.... Velodyne is basically the standard LIDAR in most of the prototypKirk ©-March 19
42I think a big benefit is we won't have to give up driving but the cars will Kirk ©-March 19
41 From what I have read, Velodyne is basically the standard LIDAR in most of the slacker711-March 18
40It is both exhilarating and foreboding to me. One thing is for sure, the transslacker711-March 17
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