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73 Mind-Blowing Implications of Driverless Trucks

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Some of these items I find rather disturbing and dystopian.

73 Mind-Blowing Implications of Driverless Trucks

Uber just announced that it just ordered 24,000 self-driving Volvos. Tesla just released an electric, long-haul tractor trailer with extraordinary technical specs (range, performance) and self-driving capabilities (UPS just preordered 125!). And, Tesla just announced what will probably be the quickest production car ever made — perhaps the fastest. It will go zero to sixty in about the time it takes you to read zero to sixty.

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this is like horse and buggy in early 1900's. my grandfather , was a farmer and in upstate New York, Lewis County. was the first person where he lived to have a farm tractor, to plow the fields and could plow more fields than a horse and plow could. people around him though that was bad. but when they saw he could have Sunday afternoon off , maybe having a tractor was a good idea. instead of using a horse. he still kept his horse as they were better at pulling logs out of the woods, than a tractor, also in winter time they could more places than a tractor. this is like when computer started out, as people figure out we can do more, with less. this is the future.
 
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