There's a naivety if you think they've spent billions and not considered
circumstances like this with great detail.

On Thu, Nov 9, 2017 at 2:16 AM, Alain Sepeda <alain.sep...@gmail.com> wrote:

> There is a naivety in many automatic cars, that the old bike driver (vehicular
> cycling schoo <http://www.bicyclinglife.com/PracticalCycling/VCIntro.htm>l
> I am quickly lost.
> This is the second time (previous was Google car facing an non
> collaborating bus), an automatic car assume collaboration and empathy from
> a professional driver.
>
> A study from franche transportation labs (INRETS) studied acciodents and
> found huge majority involve both vehicles, even the one assumed to be
> innocent. usual case is one violating by abuse or mistake a rule, and the
> other seeing and refusing the hijack causing the accident.
>
> I suspect with automatic vehicle, the problem is too much theory.
>
> 2017-11-09 3:20 GMT+01:00 H LV <hveeder...@gmail.com>:
>
>> https://www.theverge.com/2017/11/8/16626224/las-vegas-self-d
>> riving-shuttle-crash-accident-first-day
>>
>>
>> While it was technically the fault of the truck driver and not the fault
>> of the self-driving shuttle, if the self driving shuttle had been
>> programmed to allow it to back up the collision could have been prevented.
>>
>> Harry
>>
>
>

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