How a driver-less car sees the road
This is a dated TedTalk, from 2015, but seems very relevant. The lack of views is fairly staggering to me. Again, this is dated so the way cars are "seeing" the road is changing/has changed for many reasons.
I imagine the lack of views is because many are still skeptical about driverless cars actually happening. It reminds me of a conversation I had with my Dad many years ago. He worked on the moon missions. I remember back in the mid 1980's when missions to Mars were being discussed. I asked my Dad if he ever thought that would happen, because I was skeptical. His answer was that when people discussed back in the 1960's-1970's having a re-usable space vehicle (Space Shuttle), many thought that would never happen either.
Wow, three years ago and the amount of data used to report this is staggering. 3M miles/day in simulaton back then, I wonder what they’ve learned through today?
Thinking about the research $$ boggles my mind, who’s funding this and where/what are the projections for payback?
One sad thing here is that he’s pledged to deny his kids from experiencing the thill of WOT under one‘s own command!
Thanks for sharing Matt.