Somebody summoned their Tesla at an airport and it crashed into a $2 million jet

Originally published at: Somebody summoned their Tesla at an airport and it crashed into a $2 million jet | Boing Boing

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A simple apology and a check for $2 million will do nicely to fix that.

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Story to be banned on the Twitter’s.

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Mush would never, of f@ck maybe he would…

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To paraphrase an actor and president: people are stupid things.

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How the car got onto the tarmac is unclear.

Artificial Intelligence, on display.

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I feel like this is a metaphor for something.

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Considering how constrained manned cars are at public airports, out of concerns about car bombs/terrorism, probably not a great idea to operate an unmanned one there.

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This is ridiculous. I thought they’d worked the kinks out of this stuff back in the late 80s.

Batmobile_voice_command

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Lovely, bless you.
We’ll call it a feature, rather than a bug.

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Speaking of bugs, self-driving cars have a decades-long animosity against airplanes.

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[Desperately, into the void] Please force Tesla to drop the full self driving wording. (It most definitely won’t but one can dream) (And noted a dinged private jet is paltry compared to deaths caused by FSD)

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We will have self-driving taxis next year! :sweat_smile:

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Jebus, even roombas can bump into something gently and back away instead of plowing through.

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So if the car can’t recognize an obstacle, drive through?

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Robots are less likely to be suicide bombers, as they can’t be motivated by promises of reward in the afterlife

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for some dubious psychological reason recalls Thor summoning Mjolnir

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If you haven’t solved all the edge cases, you haven’t solved level 5 automation.

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make it rain futurama GIF Generally yes, but some can be motivated.

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Rich people problems

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