If you can’t trust Elon Musk.
Repeating myself, but any “trolley problem” scenarios will be decided by a subroutine checking who signed up for the premium subscription service and who uses the “free” version. Assuming the software steering the vehicle(s) even notices that there is a “trolley problem” scenario in the first place.
It’s a good thing that Teslas don’t suddenly erupt with high-intensity, uncontrollable fires when they abruptly stop and get run into. /s
In all seriousness, this is Musk’s tryout for the Legion of Supervillains, right?
… he claims to be homeless, and used to own a company that dug gigantic tunnels, and yet no one asks him about his underground lair
I think he’s a legacy.
If I can keep my job I will have a nicer ride in few years.
Dubai #1 was reportedly purchased at auction back in 2008 by billionaire businessman Saeed Abdul Ghafour Khouri for the princely sum of 52.2 UAE dirham (US$14.3 million), setting the record for the most expensive license plate of all time.
Theremin-based throttle UI from Look Mum No Computer.
Apropos of nothing, North American market trucks are big. Perhaps slightly oversized for their day to day use.
Was parked in the green wagon pictured above behind a raised truck picking my daughter up from school today. I realized that the roofline was below the upper lip of the tailgate and that there was a non-zero chance of the guy not seeing me should he decide to reverse to get out of his parking spot. Needless to say, I edged a bit further way.