Google is testing robot cars that navigate interstates and city str...

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Google Inc. is road-testing cars that steer, stop and start without a human driver, the company says. Full Story
MoreOfTheSame

Decatur, AL

#1 Oct 10, 2010
I don't want a computer to drive my car. I design electronic systems but I don't want my life run by a CPU and the dweebs at Google.
Lelebo

United States

#2 Oct 10, 2010
I think its a good idea , they should deploy them to bars and cantinas and have them be the designated driver!
Internet Geek

Modesto, CA

#4 Oct 10, 2010
John wrote:
They need to add a hand that strokes you off while doing 80 down the road, they'll really have a winner there...
We already have that! Just Google: "Sex Robots"!:)
sleepy134

United States

#5 Oct 11, 2010
NASCAR has been using this technology for years.
Harley_Driver

Germany

#6 Oct 11, 2010
I'm testing a Google inflatable doll that interacts with porn that I Google. It hooks up to my vacuum cleaner... zoom zoom swish!
Luthais

United States

#7 Oct 11, 2010
As a software engineer who works on Artificial Intelligence, I find it hard to believe that given our current technology we can come up with a program sophistaicated enough to account for all possibilities on the road.

As such, I think taking the driver out of the equation 99% of the time is a bad idea. When that 1% arrives drivers will either not be paying attention or their reflexes will have been dulled from lack of recent driving experience and they will not be able to deal with the situation as well as they could have.

Until they can get it 100% perfect (if that is even possible), it is potential for disaster.
HAHAHA

Tarzana, CA

#8 Oct 11, 2010
If Toyota makes these, they will end up going out of control and being a death trap POS!
HAHAHA

Tarzana, CA

#9 Oct 11, 2010
Harley_Driver wrote:
I'm testing a Google inflatable doll that interacts with porn that I Google. It hooks up to my vacuum cleaner... zoom zoom swish!
Need any more beta testers? lol!!!
Hello

Huntsville, AL

#10 Oct 11, 2010
As a software engineer who works on Artificial Intelligence, I find it hard to be heterosexual.
Seen Your Moment

Decatur, AL

#11 Oct 11, 2010
"Otto", the inflatable autopilot, rides again.
carsfault

Huntsville, AL

#12 Oct 11, 2010
Would you really want to manufacture something like this in the US? The lawyer lizards are going to love this.
MikeB

Kansas City, MO

#13 Oct 11, 2010
Luthais wrote:
As a software engineer who works on Artificial Intelligence, I find it hard to believe that given our current technology we can come up with a program sophistaicated enough to account for all possibilities on the road.
As such, I think taking the driver out of the equation 99% of the time is a bad idea. When that 1% arrives drivers will either not be paying attention or their reflexes will have been dulled from lack of recent driving experience and they will not be able to deal with the situation as well as they could have.
Until they can get it 100% perfect (if that is even possible), it is potential for disaster.
Hell, we let PEOPLE drive cars now and we're nowhere near 100% perfect.
Jim M

Huntsville, AL

#14 Oct 11, 2010
It sounds like a dream, but just imagine the cars software crashing and then your hardware crashes into a tree..

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