Shouldn't it be possible to outfit one of these trucks to log not only the actions of the automated system, but also of the human driver? Have human drivers doing their usual routine for a year while also having the automated systems active—But instead of actually controlling the truck, they would merely log the actions they would have taken and any discrepancies between the human driver and automated systems could be analyzed to account for edge-cases.
You get what you pay for (usually) I think. Been running several WD RE3 and RE4 drives for 5+ years now and never had any issues with them.
That is a general statement that still isn't true for everything. Many "modern" people have babies by C-section and use formula instead of breastfeed, and both of those "modern" techniques have been found to be worse for a baby and should be avoided if at all possible.
I think another angle is there is a longstanding behavior for users to not use the built-in Windows browser. The fact the name "changed" from IE to Edge doesn't factor for people. They just go "Oh, this is that Windows browser again? Well, disable as usual and download the one I always use."
They make cheap wind-up cases for earbuds to prevent the tangling issue.
Even if its only 128kbps MP3 quality, I can definitely hear the difference when the digital signal syncs. The soundstage sounds a lot broader.
I died of mesentery while playing the Oregon Trail card game the other night...
The question becomes: Were most of the plot points from Episode 1-3 devised by him before shooting 4-6? Stuff like Obi-Wan precipitating Anakin's reliance on the suit, claiming to not know the droids etc. could just as easily be explained by a lot of the writing from 1-3 being retcon and thereby inconsistent with the script of 4-6.
At first I was shaking my head at how reckless the idea of allowing completely uncertified automation systems on a 3-ton slab of metal hurtling down the road at highway speeds was. Then I remembered this is Florida we're talking about—it certainly can't be any worse than things already are...
It's a trojan horse. They added the telemetry to 7/8 as a recommended update at some point. Now he wants to upsell you on Win10 offering some level of user control over the telemetry. Thing is, you don't have to download the telemetry update. I certainly didn't. And the "user control over telemetry" is percentage-based, certainly not an absolute value.
IE: Users can control 25% of the 1000 points of telemetry data MS collects about you Vs. 0% control of the 20 points of telemetry data in 7/8.
You're still getting spied on way more than before.
Beware their registry though, I hear its called "Operation Ctrl-Alt-Delete"
Color me surprised that a project DeNA was involved with went poorly. They've consistently proven themselves incompetent and I grimaced the day I heard Nintendo announce a partnership with them for mobile.
To play devil's advocate for a moment: A fair playing field would have been airing out both sides dirty laundry to the public. Only outing one side gives a patent advantage to the other side, unless you think this sort of political skullduggery isn't rife across the entire political spectrum?
Except for the part where the autonomous cars don't handle themselves like a real person driving a vehicle does, which causes unexpected behavior that leads to accidents. Google's self-driving car was only liable in 1 accident, I believe, but was found to have done behavior that induced numerous other accidents to occur.
"Experience has proved that some people indeed know everything." -- Russell Baker