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The only thing a pilot does these days is land, and even that's mostly automated tongue.gif

And take control if one of the automated or mechanical systems fail and the plane is careening toward a mountain, a building, land, or the ocean.


http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123205240502786899.html
 
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Googles revenue/assets for 2012 = $50 billion USD/$93 billion USD

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google

Apples revenue/assets for 2012 = $156 billion USD/$176 billion USD

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_Inc.

If Apple have always been "terribad" then their revenue wouldn't be $106 billion more than Googles and their assets wouldn't be $83 billion higher. Especially seeing as Google is in pretty much all the same markets and more (apart from domestic computers, however they are slowly getting into that market with the Chromebook) as Apple.

If more people were educated on the products they are buying then Apple would not be as successful. Most people are mindless sheep and Apple has found a fantastic way to heard the flock.
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Originally Posted by Cheezman View Post

You may be right. But, would you ever get on a plane that has absolutely no pilot?

I wouldn't.
I would.... a plane with no pilot pretty much a better chance of NOT having an accident.
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And take control if one of the automated or mechanical systems fail and the plane is careening toward a mountain, a building, land, or the ocean.


http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123205240502786899.html

60-80% of air crashes are due to human error: http://asasi.org/papers/2004/Shappell%20et%20al_HFACS_ISASI04.pdf
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Self driving cars probably won't have steering wheels

Negative. They'll still have steering wheels. It might be able to drive between locations but no way will it be able to park due to undefined and pretty much arbitrary parking so that part will be manual. Plus that will probably be the safety override.

Audi disagrees with your take.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEn9bQkBXkE&feature=youtube_gdata_player
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Audi disagrees with your take.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEn9bQkBXkE&feature=youtube_gdata_player


I'm not sure how their system works, but I imagine it can locate that as a parking spot because of the two other cars. How would it find a spot if there aren't any "landmarks" to go off of? Obviously by the time this kind of thing comes standard in cars, there will probably be aides to assist this type of thing I would imagine. But anyways, go Audi! biggrin.gif
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If more people were educated on the products they are buying then Apple would not be as successful. Most people are mindless sheep and Apple has found a fantastic way to heard the flock.

Yeah, what kind of sane person would want something simple to use rolleyes.gif

That is one of the reasons why they are doing so well. Not the main reason but it definitely does help.
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Audi disagrees with your take.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEn9bQkBXkE&feature=youtube_gdata_player

That's the video I was looking for earlier but I couldn't find it, Some car company (I can't remember exactly which one) already designed a concept car which is basically a living room.
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I'm not sure how their system works, but I imagine it can locate that as a parking spot because of the two other cars. How would it find a spot if there aren't any "landmarks" to go off of? Obviously by the time this kind of thing comes standard in cars, there will probably be aides to assist this type of thing I would imagine. But anyways, go Audi! biggrin.gif

They would use optical, infra-red, and radar to find a spot big enough to park in like Mercedes, Lexus and Ford have now, which will then automatically park. The GPS system would have a predetermined route to take though car parks to look for an empty spot. If the car park is empty they would probably use the white/yellow lines as "landmarks" to know how and where to park.
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this looks pretty lame
I don't want to live in the Raymond Cocteau world, thanks



be well john spartan
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this looks pretty lame
I don't want to live in the Raymond Cocteau world, thanks



be well john spartan

I know right?? Like, there's gonna be an extra 35k people not killed due to idiots that can't control their alcohol or texting addictions. Hundreds of thousands fewer insurance claims, resulting in cheaper auto insurance, saving us money that we can spend elsewhere. We'll have more productive commutes to work, or we can spend that 1+ hour we have to sit and drive in stop and go traffic playing video games. Carpooling will be much more viable of an option, saving time and money, and reducing our carbon footprint, helping to ensure Earth stays around for our future generations.

I agree, this has to be the stupidest idea ever. It's has the potential to save lives, save money, increase productivity, give us more time to game, make traffic more efficient, and help clean up the Earth. What a stupid idea indeed.

/sarcastic rant

doh.gifwth.gifbuttkick.gif

what a f*@$ing moron
Edited by b3machi7ke - 1/29/13 at 1:46pm
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I know right?? Like, there's gonna be an extra 35k people not killed due to idiots that can't control their alcohol or texting addictions. Hundreds of thousands fewer insurance claims, resulting in cheaper auto insurance, saving us money that we can spend elsewhere. We'll have more productive commutes to work, or we can spend that 1+ hour we have to sit and drive in stop and go traffic playing video games. Carpooling will be much more viable of an option, saving time and money, and reducing our carbon footprint, helping to ensure Earth stays around for our future generations.

I agree, this has to be the stupidest idea ever. It's has the potential to save lives, save money, increase productivity, give us more time to game, make traffic more efficient, and help clean up the Earth. What a stupid idea indeed.

/sarcastic rant

doh.gifwth.gifbuttkick.gif

what a f*@$ing moron
Those drunks will also find themselves safe in the morning but like a couple hundred miles from anywhere they know and no gas by telling the car to go somewhere random xD
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Spinning lasers at eye level of pedestrians ... what possibly could go wrong? biggrin.gif
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