Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

ARSEN

Audi's piloted parking technology

19 posts in this topic

We're few years removed from completely piloted vehicles...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I can't wait until cars are auto piloted on legal state maintained highways. No more DUI's.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

The first piloted cars will cost a lot tho. Will take few years for the price to drop. They can probably use sonar to gather information about surroundings, analyze it and process in matter of a second for this to work. Like bats do. Speed of sound is faster than speed of a car, so that should work.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Read Robopocalypse by Daniel Wilson and you won't be so keen on self-piloted cars. The end times are beginning...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I don't think that will ever happen. Almost all software have a single purpose. I doubt computers will ever have consciousness.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I don't think that will ever happen. Almost all software have a single purpose. I doubt computers will ever have consciousness.

:devil:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Sonar? Sound?

ARSEN, they may not have a lot of electricity in the Ukraine or Russia or Georgia or wherever you're from, but there is this sort of amplified EM called a "laser"...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Read Robopocalypse by Daniel Wilson and you won't be so keen on self-piloted cars. The end times are beginning...

20100204104618!Terminator.jpg

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Sonar? Sound?

ARSEN, they may not have a lot of electricity in the Ukraine or Russia or Georgia or wherever you're from, but there is this sort of amplified EM called a "laser"...

Seriously dude... We're way more advanced in technology than you might think. We had piloted technology in works for couples decades now...

horse-car.jpg

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

a) It's too slow

b ) It's too rough on that expensive equipment

c) Damn that's a big lamp!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

  • Topics

  • Posts

    • And to think this guy made it through 7 rounds and not one team wanted him.  Thank God Gettleman was on his "A" game and signed him here. Amazing how talent can bypass so many scouts, coaches and GMs. If they did a redraft.   What round would he go to?  Round 1?  He's a solid of a Guard as any in this league.
    • you do realize that $1M pledge he made was after he had received a ton of backlash and outcry from the media for sitting during the national anthem? He did hold his promise and has made some other donations as well, but before he decided to sit at football games, he didn't do jack poo for oppressed communities and the homeless, or any other charities for that matter. He was just a narcissist prima dona who so happened to play for one of the most talented teams in the NFL headed by one of the greatest coaches in the NFL. Him prospering early on in his career made him a cocky SOB who dressed like a thug during press conferences and treated the media like dog poo.  Yes people change, but he changed for the wrong reasons. His career was in turmoil, he was a declining NFL QB trying to stay relevant, so he thought up a rouge to get back in the spotlight by sitting. After he received backlash, he thought to himself "oh crap, I need to back up my words with some action. let me make a few donations to show the world I truly care about what I stand for"  the dude could give a rats ass about any of that poo. He didn't even show up to vote, and I don't think he's ever voted in his life. And I don't care about voting for the president, but at least vote for your local officials and congressman and for your states propositions. If he truly wants to have a voice and use the stage he has to inflict some serious changes in this country, there's a way to go about it, not seek attention for the wrong reasons just to resurrect your career.  
    • I love Moton. The only thing that freaks me out about him is that he played for a small school. I do think he could've flourished for a big time program though.