Israel Takes the Wheel on Self-Driving Cars
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  • Philopoemen

    I’m not sure that shoehorning old, cheap technology, and trying to make it work like the new technology that actually does the job right, is the road to success here.

    It seems more logical to me that we try to drive down the cost of the equipment that Google uses, as happens with every other technology. Google’s hardware may cost $70 000 now, but what will it cost in five years?

    Plasma televisions were very expensive when they were released, but no one said “let’s try to build something similar with CRT”. Instead the price of plasma units was driven down to commodity levels.

  • I worry about safety and also about the future of driving schools like mine.

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