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Self-driving cars and your Privacy

Let me join you, if possible, in your morning journey to the workplace in an unspecified time in the near future. Here we leave the sidewalk to get in the back seat of a vehicle. As you close the door, the address of your office (our final goal) automatically appears on a screen attached to the back of a leather panel in front of you. “Good morning,” says the voice of self humanoid, pronouncing your name before you tune the radio to NPR as he does every morning. You decide what you fancy a coffee and you say it to the vehicle. “Your favorite bar is less than a kilometer,” he…

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Main challenges for self-driving car manufacturers

The initial goal of self-driving car manufacturers is clear. Reducing the rate of accidents and traffic jam. The sensor-based solutions, in fact, intervene where human error is more likely (very low speeds and very high speeds, that is to say in urban traffic and on long motorway stretches) and prevent based on data derived from the outside by means of video cameras , radar and other such tools. These systems, integrating with those connectivity-based (real-time communication between vehicle and vehicle, V2V, and between vehicle and infrastructure, V2I) positively revolutionize the security and road mobility in our congested cities by car, where the accident rate is reduced. Where’s the catch? According to…

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Elon Musk is more than a visionary. He’s a concrete down-to-earth visionary

Since its start in 2003, Tesla has prompted the development of electric vehicles at a speed unmatched by any mainstream manufacturing company. With market vehicles like the Roadster and top end electrical saloons like the S model, the Silicon Valley startup has a core following among cashed-up early adopters, but March 31 indicates the date Elon Musk requires his task to the conventional with the less expensive Model 3. Eager to show the instantaneous torque, smooth acceleration and zero discharge motoring offered up by electrical vehicles, Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning funded the fledgling business until Elon Musk’s participation started in 2004. The narrative around who’s responsible for Tesla’s foundation and…

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Self-driving Car comparison – Google vs Tesla

Unlike Tesla, which just presented to the world its “almost 100% self-driving car“, Google has not yet presented to the public their own cars, and definitely will not do it before 2019. Google is adopting a different strategy: Google is studying ways to make fully autonomous car, without requiring the pilot input. When Google began to deal with self-drivings (in 2010) the plan was to build similar auto-pilot systems to those of Tesla, which would have required so that the pilot intervene at the slightest problem. However, in 2013 by videos taken from internal cameras, Google realized that the drivers distracted almost immediately, playing with the internal display, looking at the…

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