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Driverless autos, trucks, taxis etc.
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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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506China's Baidu races Waymo, GM to develop self-driving cars By Joe McDonald?Sam-June 29
505Self-driving truck firm Waymo to deliver goods for Wayfair on Interstate 45 ThroSam-June 29
504 GM's Cruise starts charging fares for driverless rides in San FranciscSam-June 27
503Why driverless cars can't go everywhere yet Joann Muller, author of Axios WSam-May 18
502Interesting article on Tesla, where it's at. Read the comments too for rebutSam-May 14
501Pony.ai Becomes the First Autonomous Driving Company to Receive a Taxi License iSam-April 24
500Toyota Robotaxis Tested in Texas The self-driving company unveiled a fSam-April 9
499Deal to Deploy 500 Autonomous Trucks on US Roadways Christenson TransSam-April 9
498Tesla Recalls Another 947 Cars The vehicle’s rearview image display iSam-April 9
497Toyota uses low-cost cameras to develop autonomous vehicle technology By Dave Sam-April 9
496Tesla Looks Downright Cheap Next to Rivian and Lucid. How to Make Sense of the ESam-March 30
495That's why all Tesla's use ultrasonic sensors around their cars for veryEric-March 18
494The improvements in solid state optical sensors and demand for them really exploEric-March 18
493Thanks. So that's why Samsung and Hynix are getting into them so heavily. Sam-March 18
492Cars may be more like bats, who use echolocation to navigate. They do send soundarun gera-March 18
491Sam, Gads there are lots of them in South Korea, China, Japan, Europe the U.S. Eric-March 18
490Who makes the optical sensors?Sam-March 18
489I should add that we use relative motion and change in size of an object to helpEric1March 18
488Well Tesla and other car manufacturers use optical sensors (cameras) just like oEric-March 18
487I have eyes. What eyes does Tesla use? Does it still use laser beams?Sam-March 18
486Just like we do in Nature. Respectfully.. How do you physically navigate your Eric-March 18
485Eric, I don't understand how Musk does without LIDAR. How does his software Sam-March 18
484[graphic] Photo by Chanan Bos/CleanTechnica. Autonomous VehiEric1March 18
483[graphic] Schematic showing a solid-state LiDAR chip emitting laser ligEric1March 16
482Uhnder bringing 4D digital imaging radar-on-chip to mass production 08 March 20Eric-March 8
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