Thursday, August 10, 2017

Elon Musk is right. Driverless cars will arrive by 2021

Writing about AI is either an act of sharing hope or one of spreading dismay. People either get excited about the imminent arrival of driverless cars, or become terrified that the machines are inching ever nearer to put us all in danger. No matter how you feel, autonomous vehicles are probably closer than you think. While some feel driverless cars are decades away, the reality is they’re nearly here. There are three major reasons for these pessimistic predictions: Technological: Is AI smart enough to drive already? Political: Isn’t the government standing in the way of this? Ethical: How does a…

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