I think that in a few years the term "self-driving car" will refer to a car that you drive yourself rather than a car that drives itself. Read More
The ethical question is still a long way from being answered. Especially regarding the car AI in respect of whether it gives priority to safeguarding the driver and passengers or people in other vehicles or pedestrians. Who would it sacrifice in an 'either take action to avoid hitting pedestrians but … Read More
The question isn't so much "will it happen" as "will people trust them".
Right now several companies are experimenting with self driving road vehicles, most of them based on small to medium sized cars, and they are performing reasonably well under good and predictable conditions.
But that's the problem, once … Read More
I believe that, in the case of an accident, the entity most at fault or most negligent should be held responsible.
If it was a result of user error or user maintenance, such as not properly cleaning off the sensors from snow, not ensuring the car has installed the most … Read More
> Can anyone tell me how a self driving car will park itself on the parking of a supermarket or on an airport?
Easy. I wrote much of the software for doing that. It's a solved problem. The decision making part is just an A-star on a road network graph … Read More