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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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379Canadian police charge Tesla driver who was allegedly doing 90 miles per hour whSam-September 20
378CGTN Exclusive: Chips for self-driving cars caught up in China-U.S. tech war Sam-September 20
377Given the German bureaucracy, I very much doubt Germany becoming the first countkidl-September 14
376Lidar Is Finally Becoming a Real Business The success of lidar companies was unSam1September 14
375Germany aiming to be the first country to put driverless cars on the streets Sam1September 13
374Xpeng G3 — $21,383 to $29,102 Hot Electric Crossover (in China) August 29th, 202Sam-August 30
373The link about Volvo installing a cheap powerful lidar in 2022, is interesting tA.J. Mullen1August 29
372Little-known EV and lidar firms are raising billions in Tesla’s shadow CompanieSam2August 29
371Boeing & AerospaceBusinessTechnology SpaceX, Tesla veterans focus on self-flEric3August 27
370Norwegian Taxis, Wirelessly Charging While They Wait for a Fare Electric JaguarsSam-August 14
369Israel’s RFISee unveils long-range high resolution 4D imaging radar on a chip 0Eric2August 5
368 Computing is the new horsepower, carmaker Audi says REUTERS 9:15 AM ET 7/30/20Sam2July 30
367AI device identifies objects at the speed of light: The 3D-printed artificial neSavant-July 14
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365This looks like it could be an interesting article but it requires a subscriptioSam-July 12
364Russian Military to get Unmanned Trucks July 11, 2020 Christina Kitova It isSam2July 12
363from Axios: axios.com 2. Amazon buys Zoox in big AV deal [graphic] Zoox self-Sam1June 26
362New Flyer to deploy first automated heavy-duty transit bus in North America; supkidl1June 22
361AI/Deep Learning for self driving and other techxplore.comSavant1May 18
360 Every Company Working On A Self-Driving Car Right Now The race to put the firSam1May 17
359Aceinna claims its new $150 navigation chip rivals $10,000 alternatives April 1Sam1April 11
358Chinese self-driving start-up AutoX sets up ‘Asia’s largest robotaxi operations Sam1April 11
357new tiny gyroscope, v.v. accurate and much cheaper spectrum.ieee.orgSavant1April 6
356Former Google Engineer Anthony Levandowski Escapes 32 of 33 Charges in Waymo TheSam1March 22
355Cruise gave a presentation at a tech conference last week. They aren't commslacker7112March 2
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