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freehe
freehe
1/23/2018 8:53:26 PM
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Re: Telcos Can Drive Connected Vehicle Ecosystem
@afwriter, In theory this sounds good. However, the problem of overbooking could occur when companies become greedy like airlines when they overbook passengers.

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freehe
freehe
1/23/2018 8:51:45 PM
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Re: Vehicle Ecosystem
If cars have these technology how does this impact driving lessons and driver's test where drivers have to park, make turns, etc. If cars will perform these tasks automatically how will drivers respond when a manual override is needed or the car malfuctions and have to be driven manually.

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freehe
freehe
1/23/2018 8:49:46 PM
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Re: Vehicle Ecosystem
@afwriter. That is an invasion of privacy. Someone could be tired all the time but can still drive a car. Just because a driver is tired doesn't mean an alarm should be raised. Someone deemed as impaired could just be tired or distracted. That is a slippery slope. Drivers could get tickets for a perceived issue that did not occur and how can they fight it?

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freehe
freehe
1/23/2018 8:47:28 PM
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Re: Vehicle Ecosystem
@Ariella, That sounds interesting but why does a car manufacturer need to detect a consumer's brainwaves. This is a very slippery slope. In the wrong hands it can lead to mind control. Once a technology is developed you can't control if it is only used for good. I will not buy any car that picks up on brainwaves.

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
1/10/2018 11:20:21 AM
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Re: Telcos Can Drive Connected Vehicle Ecosystem
The idea that autonomous robots might provide income to us humans seems to me to be the way we get to a Universal Basic Income economy. It'll definitely take a while to get there since robots are quite ready to do too many tasks by themselves completely.

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srufolo1
srufolo1
1/10/2018 9:51:02 AM
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Re: Telcos Can Drive Connected Vehicle Ecosystem
@mhhf1ve Can you imagine earning a living in such a way? There goes the Uber business! Sounds so simple. But it will be a long ways before this kind of technology is implemented. Look how long it's taking just to roll out 5G, etc...

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
1/9/2018 1:41:13 PM
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Re: Telcos Can Drive Connected Vehicle Ecosystem
> "Now if the connected AI could only pay for the gas!"

If Elon Musk's vision come true, maybe a self-driving Tesla will earn its own keep and drive other people in an Uber-like network while you're not using it. Then it'll pay for itself! (And it won't need gas, and electricity is a bit cheaper, anyway)

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Ariella
Ariella
1/8/2018 6:21:12 PM
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Re: Telcos Can Drive Connected Vehicle Ecosystem
Why not? @mhf1ve People seem to be getting nostalgic for the 80s, or perhaps even the 90s now judging from the glasses styles that have come back in fashion.

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srufolo1
srufolo1
1/8/2018 6:19:54 PM
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Re: Telcos Can Drive Connected Vehicle Ecosystem
@JohnBarnes All of this sounds like something I really need, and my 2008 car is certainly not a smart car by any means. But to tell you the truth, half the time I don't have the money to put gas in the car. Now if the connected AI could only pay for the gas!

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
1/8/2018 6:12:00 PM
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Re: Telcos Can Drive Connected Vehicle Ecosystem
Baby steps. I think maybe we'll get the Knight Rider semi-truck that comes to pick you up -- where you can drive into the trailer and charge up while still going where you need to go. Cue the 80s music

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