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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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351Micron and Valens Demonstrate Industry’s First In-Vehicle Remote, Centralized StSam-January 7
350IEEE to define a formal model for safe automated vehicle decision-making 20 DecEric-12/27/2019
349Firmware Tesla starts activating HW3’s Autopilot Dual Redundancy in latest updaEric-12/27/2019
348GM pushes feds to approve Chevy Bolts with no steering wheel Bradley Berman Eric112/23/2019
347Sounds like Waymo's driverless rides will get more common. techcrunch.comslacker711310/9/2019
346Remarks from John Krafcik Slower than I expected, but it appears that they are slacker711-9/12/2019
345They moved into the old Box building on El Camino in Los Altos. An easy walk frKirk ©-9/7/2019
344This is from March 2018 but still interesting, indicating futures trends that reSam-9/7/2019
343Toyota forms a joint venture to make its own self-driving car chips Sam-9/7/2019
342Ready For Self-Driving EV? Consumers Say, Not So Fast Aug 31, 2019, 08:24am foSam-9/1/2019
341Using Technology to Improve Older Drivers’ Functional Performance Sam28/16/2019
340lightreading.com perhaps for automated parking, in the beginningSavant-7/27/2019
339Petabytes of data. Had to look it up, yeah that's a lot or what. A petabyalwaysbmiki-7/27/2019
3381 big thing: Cruise robotaxis need more work In a surprise to no one, Cruise tSam17/24/2019
337Make driving safer with mmWave Automotive Radar Posted June 26, Eric-6/27/2019
336Tesla already has a sensor suite in all of their cars manufactured since OctoberEric-6/26/2019
335NVIDIA builds supercomputer to develop self-driving cars: DGX SuperPOD 18 June Eric16/26/2019
334Velodyne Lidar hires bankers for an IPO: Business Insider reuters.com 1 MIN REslacker71116/24/2019
333I can’t help but feel that this Musk drive towards autonomous driving is primarikidl-6/21/2019
332If GM/Cruise Is Way Behind Waymo, How Does It Compare To Tesla? TwitterLinkedInEric-6/21/2019
331Cadillac to add 70,000 miles to Super Cruise compatible highway network; hands-Eric16/7/2019
330TuSimple Takes a LiDAR-Free Approach to Autonomous Trucks Sam-6/5/2019
329TuSimple's Autonomous Trucks Are Being Tested by the USPS Sam-6/5/2019
328[ Note--this is an overview that talks about a large number companies involved iSam-6/4/2019
327Finding solutions to the challenge of data storage in autonomous vehicles By Sam-6/4/2019
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