Domino’s and Ford are teaming up to test pizza delivery by driverless car.
Instead of apologizing, Musk just doubled down with comments on a conference call late-Wednesday, when announcing software for all his new Teslas that will immediately automate them, essentially turning them into a robot car for a $5,000 to $8,000 fee.
AI and robotics has progressed at a tremendous rate in the past few years, and this progression has led to a number of doom-laden proclamations about its potential impact on jobs, with academics and government lending their voice to the potential downside to AI.
I'm all for innovation. I love new gadgets. My mantra is "up with technology." Still, I do foresee problems, or shall we call them challenges, with a new invention that's careening out of the pages of science fiction novels and onto the raceways of our neighborhood highways: the Driverless Car.
According to geologists, earth's tectonic plates are in constant flux. The seven major plates (and many minor ones) move in relation to each other. This movement has in pre-history had a significant effect on the current arrangement of the continents.