How Close Are We to a Self-Driving World?


IMAGINE A WORLD WHERE YOU WAKE UP, GRAB YOUR
CUP OF COFFEE, AND HOP IN YOUR CAR TO DRIVE TO WORK… EXCEPT YOU’RE NOT DOING THE DRIVING. YOU HAVE MORE TIME TO SLEEP, READ A BOOK,
OR EVEN GET A PHYSICAL. THIS IS A WORLD WE ALL WANT TO LIVE IN. AND
ALTHOUGH WE’RE NOT QUITE THERE YET, PEOPLE ALL OVER THE WORLD ARE WORKING ON DEVELOPING,
TESTING, AND PLANNING FOR A FUTURE WITH AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES. BECAUSE, WHO DOESN’T WANT THAT EXTRA HOUR
OF SLEEP? SO, HOW CLOSE ARE WE TO A SELF-DRIVING WORLD? YOU MAY HAVE SEEN SELF-DRIVING CARS ON THE
NEWS, SPLASHED ACROSS THE INTERNET, OR EVEN TESTING AROUND YOUR CITY. BUT MOST OF THOSE CARS STILL HAVE A HUMAN
IN THE DRIVER’S SEAT. AND THAT MEANS IT’S PROBABLY A LEVEL 2 OR 3
CAR, WHICH DEFINITELY MORE INDEPENDENT THAN THE CAR YOU MIGHT DRIVE, WHICH IS PROBABLY A LEVEL 0 OR 1, BUT IT’S STILL A FAR CRY FROM OUR DREAM RIDE, WHICH WOULD BE A LEVEL 5. OR 4. LET ME EXPLAIN. SAE INTERNATIONAL HAS DIVIDED AUTONOMY INTO
FIVE STAGES. LEVEL ONE IS “DRIVER ASSISTANCE,” AND
LEVEL TWO IS “PARTIAL AUTOMATION,” WHICH YOU CAN ALREADY FIND
IN CARS WE DRIVE TODAY. HERE, THE CAR CAN DO SOME OF THE STEERING,
BRAKING, AND ACCELERATING, BUT STILL NEEDS A DRIVER WITH HANDS ON THE WHEEL, BECAUSE
LEVELS 1 AND 2 ARE STILL JUST “DRIVER SUPPORT.” So lane keeping, collision warning, even active
interventions that will swerve the vehicle if you’re about to get into an accident. LEVEL THREE IS “CONDITIONAL AUTOMATION,”
WHICH MEANS THAT THE CAR IS PRETTY MUCH IN CONTROL, BUT REQUIRES HUMAN INTERVENTION IN AN EMERGENCY, OR WHEN PROMPTED BY THE SYSTEM. REMEMBER LEVEL THREE, BECAUSE THIS IS WHERE
IT CAN GET STICKY. BUT THE ULTIMATE SELF-DRIVING CAR WOULD BE
OPERATING AT LEVEL 4 OR 5, WHERE IT CAN STEER, BRAKE, ACCELERATE, MONITOR THE ROAD, RESPOND
TO RANDOM EVENTS, CHOOSE TO CHANGE LANES, TURN, AND OF COURSE… USE ITS BLINKER LIKE ANY DECENT CITIZEN. THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD TOWARD SELF-DRIVING
TECHNOLOGY HAS BEEN A WINDING ONE. DR. DEAN POMERLEAU HAS BEEN NAVIGATING IT FOR
A LONG TIME. YOU COULD CALL HIM THE GRANDFATHER, OR AT
LEAST THE COOL UNCLE, OF AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES. BACK IN 1995, DEAN AND HIS GRADUATE STUDENT
MADE A PILGRIMAGE ACROSS THE COUNTRY “LOOK MA, NO HANDS”-STYLE, AFTER THEY TRICKED
OUT A STYLISH MINIVAN WITH CAMERAS AND COMPUTER VISION ALGORITHMS. About 98.2% of the trip, as I recall, was
hands-off, feet-off, with the system controlling the vehicle all on its own. It was a proof of concept, basically, for
some of the technologies that we’re seeing finally being deployed today. IN THE YEARS THAT FOLLOWED, RESEARCH TEAMS
COMPETED TO DEVELOP THAT TECHNOLOGY FURTHER. IT WASN’T UNTIL 2005, AFTER SOME… CATASTROPHIC FAILURES, THAT DARPA’S GRAND
CHALLENGE TO BUILD A SELF-DRIVING CAR FINALLY AWARDED FIRST PLACE TO A STANFORD TEAM, LED
BY SEBASTIAN THRUN. YEAH, YOU MIGHT’VE SEEN HIM AROUND. FAST FORWARD TO 2009, WHEN HE STARTS A LITTLE
PROJECT CALLED WAYMO. IN SECRET. IN 2016, WAYMO SPINS OFF FROM GOOGLE, AND
IN A FEW SHORT YEARS, THE INDUSTRY’S ERUPTED, WITH ESTABLISHED TECH AND CAR COMPANIES JUST
AS EAGER AS STARTUPS TO GET IN ON THE ACTION. Waymo is probably the recognized leader. GM bought Cruise Automation; Argo AI here
in Pittsburgh is one leading player; BMW Mercedes, are all working on their own projects
for self-driving cars. It remains to be seen whether it’s a good
investment or not. FOR THAT INVESTMENT TO PAY OFF, DRIVERLESS
TECHNOLOGY MUST BE REFINED TO THE POINT WHERE IT’S BOTH RELIABLE AND FLEXIBLE ENOUGH TO HANDLE A COMPLEX JOURNEY. THAT MEANS SOPHISTICATED SENSORS, ROBUST COMPUTER HARDWARE, AND INTELLIGENT DECISION-MAKING SOFTWARE. TO START WITH, AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES RELY ON SOMETHING NOT ALL HUMAN DRIVERS ARE EQUIPPED WITH: A SENSE OF DIRECTION. The companies that are building these self-driving
cars build their own maps. Very much like Google has its street-view
cars that drive through neighborhoods and collect map data, they have another fleet
with many additional sensors to drive through a city and map it in great detail –static
obstacles, like telephone poles or the curbs around the road, that it should be aware of
and avoid. BUT TO BE TRULY ADAPTIVE, THE CAR NEEDS TO
BE ABLE TO GATHER REAL-TIME INFORMATION ABOUT A DYNAMIC, UNPREDICTABLE ENVIRONMENT. ELON MUSK THINKS WE CAN ACCOMPLISH THIS WITH
CAMERAS ALONE. BUT IF YOU’VE EVER TAKEN A SELFIE IN THE
CLUB, YOU KNOW THAT CAMERAS PROBABLY AREN’T GOING TO CUT IT, BECAUSE THEY STILL STRUGGLE
WITH DARKNESS, DEPTH, AND REFLECTIONS. So self-driving-car companies are investigating
many different sensors, for example, millimeter wave radars for long-range sensing, and short-range,
often ultrasound, sensors that see things that are very close to the vehicle. LiDAR is probably the most common and most
impressive technology currently being used. LiDAR is a laser-based technology that shoots
a laser beam out into the environment, scans it very quickly, and detects the range to
objects and other vehicles. LiDARs are both a great sensor but also a
weak link; they’re very expensive and break down fairly often. AND THIS HAS BEEN A MAJOR ROADBLOCK TO FULLY
AUTONOMOUS ROADS. LIDAR HAS HUGE POTENTIAL, BUT IT’S JUST
TOO DELICATE AT THE MOMENT, BECAUSE IT’S MADE UP OF FRAGILE, MOVING PARTS. BUT SOMETHING CALLED SOLID-STATE LIDAR, WHICH SCANS THE ENVIRONMENT USING NO MOVING PARTS COULD CHANGE ALL THAT. AND THESE SENSORS, WHILE IN THEIR INFANCY,
ARE IN SUCH DEMAND THAT MANUFACTURERS LITERALLY CAN’T MAKE THEM FAST ENOUGH TO SUPPLY THE
DEMANDS OF COMPANIES LIKE FORD AND BAIDU. It’s much more reliable and also much cheaper
to manufacture, which is very important if you’re going to do this at scales on thousands
of vehicles. OKAY, SO SAY WE CAN BUILD A DRIVING ROBOT. THAT IS, AN ENTITY THAT CAN PERCEIVE ITS ENVIRONMENT, JUDGE, AND ACT ON THE ROAD BASED ON A COMPLEX NETWORK OF REAL-TIME DATA ANALYSIS. IN A WAY, IT’S STILL ONLY PREPARED TO DRIVE
ON A MAP. TO BE ABLE TO NAVIGATE IN THE REAL WORLD,
AND SHARE THE ROAD, AND THE STEERING WHEEL, WITH HUMAN DRIVERS, WE’LL NEED TO TAKE IT
TO DRIVER’S ED. Some of the biggest safety concerns are involved
with perception and behavior of drivers or pedestrians or cyclists. Slushy roads covered with ice and snow are
very hard to cope with, and there’s really been very little effort or progress in self-driving
cars in these very challenging environments. TO MAKE THAT PROGRESS, WE HAVE TO STUDY HOW
HUMAN DRIVERS ACTUALLY RESPOND – BOTH TO RISKY ROAD CONDITIONS, AND TO AUTONOMY ITSELF. SO TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE HUMAN IN THE
WHOLE EQUATION, WE HEADED TO STANFORD’S AUTOMOTIVE INNOVATION LAB. We are working together to really get a detailed
understanding of the human as we move forward in designing active safety systems
and automated vehicles. So, we’re gonna set up this NIRS cap on her right now. It will be shining a little bit of infrared
light onto her motor cortex. We’ll be able to see as she’s turning left,
turning right, using the gas pedal and the brake pedal, all in our data streams back
there. The majority of accidents that we do see do
come down to human error in either recognition, decision, or performance. So when we can get to the point where the
system does a better job at those three things than humans, then I think it’s clear that
our roads will be safer. This is X-1, our experimental test vehicle. The flexibility in steering allows us to set
up all sorts of experiments. We can emulate driving on
an unexpected change of friction. Going from snow to ice, for example. There are studies going on in the dynamic
design lab, measuring the inputs that professional drivers make, so that we can try and understand
what they’re doing differently to drive right at the limits of the vehicle. We can use that
to inform the way that the autonomous vehicle control algorithms are designed, so that hopefully,
your autonomous vehicle will drive as well as the very best human driver. LENE’S MOST RECENT PROJECT INVESTIGATED
A SCENARIO THAT MIGHT POP UP IN SOMETHING LIKE LEVEL 3 AUTONOMY, WHERE THE CAR’S BEEN
ROLLING SOLO WHEN SUDDENLY, IT ENCOUNTERS SOME SCENARIO IT CAN’T MAKE SENSE OF, AND
THE HUMAN DRIVER IS ASKED TO INTERVENE. What our studies of brain and behavior tell
us is that it’s important to consider a period of time when people’s driving behavior may
be significantly different if they’ve taken control of a vehicle after a certain amount
of time out of the loop. We can see almost in real time the cognitive
resources being deployed. They may have more limited cognitive resources to deal with an
emergency situation under those conditions. It’s potentially a quite dangerous situation
if you’re handing off control back and forth with the system. THOUGH IT MAY SEEM EXTREME FOR CONSUMERS TO
MAKE THE JUMP FROM CRUISING AROUND IN A LEVEL 1 CAR TO HOPPING IN A FULLY AUTONOMOUS ONE, MANY RESEARCHERS AGREE
THAT PARTIAL AUTONOMY SHOULD ONLY BE RESERVED FOR TESTING PURPOSES. AND UNFORTUNATELY, MOST OF THE
ACCIDENTS THAT HAVE ALREADY OCCURRED HAVE PROVEN THEM RIGHT. I think the next five years or so of autonomous
vehicle design is actually going to focus more on the ways in which we can implement
full autonomy in a much smaller, more controlled environment, and sort of do it that way rather
than necessarily going through this partial autonomy stage to get there. People are easily distractible, and that’s
the underlying problem that autonomous vehicles are setting out to solve. So NACTO cities believe that it needs to be
really full automation to achieve the safety benefits that are the major promise behind
autonomous vehicles. THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CITY TRANSPORTATION OFFICIALS REPRESENTS 68 CITIES AND 11 TRANSIT AGENCIES ACROSS NORTH AMERICA. NACTO RECENTLY CONVENED TO DISCUSS HOW THE
WORLD WILL PREPARE FOR FULLY AUTONOMOUS CARS TO BECOME A REALITY. It’s unrealistic to expect city governments
to redesign streets to accommodate autonomous vehicles. THIS MEANS, WHEN SELF-DRIVING CARS DO HIT
THE ROAD, THEY’LL NEED TO TRAVEL AT LOW SPEEDS, AND MAKE USE OF OUR EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE. BECAUSE OVER THE PAST CENTURY, WE’VE MADE
COUNTLESS COMPROMISES TO ACCOMMODATE THE SHINY NEW TECHNOLOGY OF THE TIME… THE AUTOMOBILE. BUT URBAN PLANNERS THINK WE CAN DO BETTER
THIS TIME AROUND. We’ve seen neighborhoods cut off from opportunities,
we’ve seen congestion, greenhouse gas emissions, pollution, decreases in public health… we
risk repeating a lot of those same mistakes with autonomous vehicles. The Bblueprint for Autonomous Urbanism came
about because we were seeing too many visions for driverless cars in a people-less city. The Blueprint is imagining how cities can
structure their streets to prioritize walking and biking and transit and public space, to
really maximize those benefits of living and being in a city, while using autonomous vehicles
to help achieve those goals. THE IMAGES YOU SEE HERE ARE JUST SKETCHES
AND SUGGESTIONS FOR THE FUTURE. THE REALITY IS, REGULATION FOR THESE KINDS
OF VEHICLES IS PRETTY NEW – AND IT’S DIFFERENT IN EVERY STATE. BUT PLANNERS AND TRANSPORTATION OFFICIALS
LARGELY AGREE ON THE NEED FOR EQUAL ACCESS, SAFETY, AND SUSTAINABILITY. It requires really thoughtful and intentional
policies to make that vision and that promise a reality. SO, HUMANS ARE ADAPTABLE LEARNERS. AND WE’RE DESIGNING SYSTEMS THAT CAN WORK
THAT WAY TOO. BUT ON A GRANDER SCALE, WE AS A SOCIETY HAVE
TO BE WILLING TO ASSESS RISK, AND STEER IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION BEFORE WE CHANGE LANES
AND CHARGE FULL SPEED AHEAD. SO… HOW CLOSE ARE WE TO A DRIVERLESS WORLD? If you look at particular geographical locations,
it’s already happening. Over time, I believe that those islands will
grow in number and expand, and that’s how you will see the expansion of fully automated
vehicles on the road. I think in the next year or two we will see
companies like Waymo and GM Cruise deploying maybe a few hundred of these vehicles for
the general public to ride in. Probably by early 2020s, we’ll see cars without
drivers giving rides and then driving empty to pick up the next passenger. It’ll be probably at least a decade, I would
say, before you can walk into a showroom and buy a car at an affordable price that can
do, say, level four or five autonomy, which means you don’t have to do anything. The fact that Waymo’s CEO said we’re still
quite a ways off makes me think that that’s probably true. But in the near term, I think there are some
applications, especially for transit, to use autonomous technology to achieve some of our goals. Access to affordable, convenient transportation
is really important. We all have a grandparent or a friend of our
grandparents who had to give up driving and lost a lot of their independence. I think it can change lives and save lives
across the board as long as we take into consideration everyone across the spectrum as we as a society
move forward with automated vehicles. SOUNDS LIKE AS LONG AS WE TAKE CARE OF SOME
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100 thoughts on “How Close Are We to a Self-Driving World?

  1. Hey Seekers! You can read more about the evolution of Tesla’s autopilot features here: https://electrek.co/guides/tesla-autopilot/. These DO make use of ultrasound and radar, just not LIDAR, a controversial stance in the industry (and this research points to why: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1708.09839.pdf).
    As user daniel munoz pointed out in the comments, most recently, they unveiled their ‘Enhanced Summon’ feature, where you just tap a button on your phone and your car can autonomously “fetch” itself back to you from a crowded parking lot: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/04/09/tesla-rolling-out-enhance-summon-feature-car-drives-itself-to-you.html 🤯
    What do you think? Is Tesla going to make “fetch” happen?

  2. Don’t want this. I’d rather have decent, reliable public transport that pollutes INFINITELY less than self driving cars. I want to live in a US that doesn’t rely on cars at all!!!

  3. DO YOUR RESEARCH LADY COME ON, Tesla uses a combination of cameras aannnd ultrasonic sensors which can be fully autonomous in real time without having to pre-map a city, the car does that as it goes on and as you drive it, speak facts please and stop leaving the biggest competitor like Tesla out of it.

  4. The Tesla self driving modules can be upgraded as technology advances. Maybe solid state lidar becomes affordable, then you would just added it to you existing system, maybe integrated into the headlights.

  5. How do these thing works when they are 10 years old and being sold USED for $1000?

    Unlike my air conditioner or tail light quit working , these driverless sensors have to work 100% reliable, 100% of the time. When was the last car made that has a 100% reliable electronic anything?

    It's like a balloon , it can not work with one single pin hole , but in this case if it works at even 99% it's a 3000lb death trap.

    Driverless cars will happen when they make a man made machine that never fails EVER , which is never going to happen.

  6. Security is my main concern I would love to ride around in a self driving car but in a world go terrorist and cyber hackers if one got a hold of entire system they could make 911 look like a fender bender in comparison

  7. The problem is that we are attempting to mix self-driving cars with human driven cars with infrastructure built for human driven cars. While it is possible to accomplish with a mixture of the two, the better approach is computer driven cars with infrastructure built for that purpose.

  8. What if the car stops for an animal pedrstrian and it doesn't want to move so you get out of the car to move the animal then the car goes and leaves you there?

  9. I would have given this a thumbs up but it seems to have gone out of its way to avoid mentioning Tesla who are way head of the competition, i.e. all other car manufacturers. Clearly this is biased and cannot be trusted. LIDAR is not good for this. Our roads are not designed for LIDAR, only human vision. LIDAR cannot read signs. The notion that cameras cannot see in the dark, so what, neither can we which is why we have headlights in the car. LIDAR does not scan the area fast enough. Tesla's cameras and AI see at over 2000 frames a second which makes all the difference when travelling at high speed.

  10. Certainly updating traffic lights to smart functions which can control traffic and communicate with these vehicles is going to be the break through. Everything on Earth works in unison with something else. There is no standalone operation. With traffic lights, 5 or 6G communication and GPS tracking all three systems will truly allow us to do what we desperately need: Go out, get crunk and have our car drive us home without getting a DWI.

  11. Who is this girl? So pretty. I keep losing myself in a deep, beautiful and mysterious abyss of her eyes and lose my track on what I here to hear.

  12. MY MONEY IS ON ELON, THE GUY THAT LANDS ROCKETS.
    ALSO THERE ARE NIGHT VISION CAMERAS WHICH ARE ALREADY USED IN CARS.
    TESLA ALSO HAS MORE SELF DRIVING DATA THAN ANY OTHER COMPANY ON THE PLANET AND IT IS ADDING TO THIS EVERY DAY 24/7.

  13. Imagine what would happen in 2025. I believe we will have achieved level 4 car at least. The cost of transportation will go down dramatically and this is especially true for Trucks and Bus as they will be electrified and be autonomous. As an added bonus, cost will also go down due to mass production. In the future, things seem to go to a state where everything is almost free.

  14. Let me just stop you there… "This is a world we ALL want to live in"?!? Since when? I personally love driving and being behind the wheel.

  15. I’m a professional drone pilot, I’ve helped in the surveying of land, plots, bridges, lakes and canals. Drafting square footage/kilometers for commercial business and the private sector. Just with the equipment I own and operate with, The autonomous factor level and firmware used just in my DJI brand drones alone are unmatched. My latest drone has multiple 360 real-sense 4K cameras
    x10 each all the way around it with 6 sensor points of obstacles avoidance that can virtually see through and around blind curves and buildings. Not to mention dual sensing GPS (Russ/USA) barometric pressure assist in altitude hold/climb rate, and separate Optical flow sensors. You really would have a hard time trying to wreck, bump, or crash it purposely. Now imagine all this on a larger scale the size of an SUV.

  16. I like in the comments people saying ya it would be great to have like an app on your phone and this car just shows up and takes you to where you want to go. Umm. . . We have that it’s called Uber , Lyft, and Taxis. Limos if you have the means. The part I can’t figure out is why would Uber and Lyft invest in this tech? The best part of their business model is they never had to buy a single car or invest in anything but a simple app. These cars will be expensive. For that and many other reasons I’m betting on the alchemy of turning lead into Gold over this boondoggle.

  17. Automatic transmissions are still like $4000 extra on a car. Once these are mainstream they will be like $8000 extra or more. First off I plan on driving manually until I die, though second. I would never waste money on something that gives me an excuse to be mentally lazy and get a headache from looking down at my phone.

  18. 13:00 Why would anyone buy a level 5 autonomous vehicle, if cars could drive perfectly we would only need 1 or 2 % of the vehicles we currently use for private use. people would simply call a car for each trip they take and save a fortune in ownership costs, without a driver the car would be much much cheaper than a taxi cab…

  19. These people must haven’t heard of a Tesla lol mine completely self drives it’s self the only help it needs is every once in a while the stirring wheel vibrates for you to acknowledge it to make sure for your safety you aren’t sleep. That’s honestly a 100% self driving car, get one if you don’t believe me

  20. A computer glitch kills all 157 persons on board https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQ-0oKhwZrE That is what happens when you let computers take control of machines.

  21. 10-20 years away imo. The tech will get here sooner than mass adoption. Consumers won't initially trust self driving cars, even if they know its safer. Older people will take even longer.

  22. “Haha that silly Elon Musk, thinks he can do it, what is he thinking? That’s just never going to cut it.”

    Said many shocked naysayers in hindsight.

  23. The Ui is as beautiful as Maren but it could be incredible if Seeker can work together with youtube the three.js webgl to develop this 3Dui for you tube with interactive narration many outcomes or Maren perspectives but all with simple CSS

  24. It could be incredible if all this fantastic audiovisual art can be done interactively with CSS and much better the 3D UI could be done graphically with Themes like DIVI a DIVI for interactive 3D narration

  25. Fantastic fun narration and 3D UI it could be incredible the 3D javascript automation with simple CSS more time for Ideas less for difficult programming

  26. The automation of Javascript, this can be very useful for pure designers, who have a lot of talent in UI / UX but not in programming, it is incredible the perspective that is giving Elegant Themes with React, the javascrip library of Facebook, opens with this type of graphic entronos to design the Best UI / UX and I see an incredible futuristic talent in Seeker with the beautiful UI that is implementing with its audiovisual art but I see it with much more potential if that art can be narrated interactively for for example education with a lot of artistic sense applied to all sciences, all from the browser with the aim of bringing the technology of videogame consoles directly to the browser and reduce drastically the costs of logistics http://howidivit.com/2018/06/23/divi-marginalia-react-js-and-why-you-should-know-it-as-divi-developer/

  27. I really liked Seeker's video of the 3D printer that artistically automated a rich food, I would like to see more in Seeker on artificial intelligence and automation of artistic food production because i see that my country with the potential of food production could make fun and productive products in colaboration with USA but at the same time with a lot of manpower, the work with the Artists to create the best designs fun of meals and also on the quality of food, I eat meat as Argentinian I love meat but my mother urgently need to have a diet of this type https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qDYl4zHmAg

  28. Technology of excelence for my country, automation if food production, and if there's quality of the product with beautiful visual art could give a lot of job for food artists https://www.facebook.com/SeekerMedia/videos/2030351240603462/

  29. It amazes me how Art and automation can be empowered but at the same time I think it is important to be able to speak clearly and with concrete solutions about changes. The social implications, above all work, there must be a clear peaceful solution to this challenge. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgkM5g_Ob-w&fbclid=IwAR3KTiy4uD1U4pXq4fTnoozdLD_6dA3Uvt3zP6YXUDaZqMKMHmp83vh7suA

  30. I hope you could see the incredible business you already is starting with the beautiful Narration and 3D UI with audiovisual Art but if all of this can be exponentially design and develop like a videogame the potential of Seeker is even greater and much more fun because you have the beauty of Narration and if it could be posible to automate javascript with libraries like React to create visual interfaces so as to leave a perfect dimension just for UI/UX Designers and Audiovisual Artists with a grafical interface justa like 3D Studio Max or Cinema 4D but for interactivity Elegant Themes and Seeker is starting the funnest busines ever discovered and from my point of view extremley profitable take a look of the potential of automating Javascript https://www.google.com/search?client=opera&hs=ihw&biw=984&bih=658&ei=fSYhXZT5C8S65OUPkfyWgAk&q=divi++react+programing+visual+builder&oq=divi++react+programing+visual+builder&gs_l=psy-ab.12…52003.52003..55042…0.0..0.94.94.1……0….1..gws-wiz…….0i71.NzhZgqIfP5k#kpvalbx=1

  31. Nolan Bushnell the inventor of the video game industry gives us the key to a world of peace and happiness, and I think Seeker has the now how to implement it on a large scale with the best stories and the UI / UX that graph and help understand abstract aspects of all sciences https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2DArOav49M&list=PLuINe45tz3dXy-NL_cEiiVW2D8TTU61Uz&index=5

  32. Mosk the Automation is my DNA the Art and creativity of this is extremly fun, but it could be a dark side on this too, this brings a part of ambiguity situation because mucha a lot of people is going to be left without a job, science has to act with common sence and a lot of humanity a lot of humanity sensibility and talk clearly showing a concrete solution for the people that are going to be left without a job, if you use correctly your intelectuality without ambiguity there's surelly a peacefull solution, and i think that because science and capitalism is not talking correctly about this new facinating but complex situation, i'm from Argentina and there's a struggle in my country with the ones that want capitalism and much more real freedom, but because of the mistakes of science and capitalism for not talking correcty for not being human enough some things are going wrong in many parts of the world, we Argentineans are having elections and we are at risk of falling into populism protectionism mafia extreme robbery we are at the risk of falling like Venezuela does, and i think that that is happening because Captitalism with i say it i find automation facinating but has to be a solution too to social implication of automation, that's why we in Argentina we are on the extreme risk of falling into the more corrupted socialism ever existed this people are like this, the social part is also important very important humanity is very important, but not this extremes of socialism https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbUcl7j3q0w

  33. Mosk the Automation is my DNA the Art and creativity of this is extremly fun, but it could be a dark side on this too, this brings a part of ambiguity situation because mucha a lot of people is going to be left without a job, science has to act with common sence and a lot of humanity a lot of humanity sensibility and talk clearly showing a concrete solution for the people that are going to be left without a job, if you use correctly your intelectuality without ambiguity there's surelly a peacefull solution, and i think that because science and capitalism is not talking correctly about this new facinating but complex situation, i'm from Argentina and there's a struggle in my country with the ones that want capitalism and much more real freedom, but because of the mistakes of science and capitalism for not talking correcty for not being human enough some things are going wrong in many parts of the world, we Argentineans are having elections and we are at risk of falling into populism protectionism mafia extreme robbery we are at the risk of falling like Venezuela does, and i think that that is happening because Captitalism with i say it i find automation facinating but has to be a solution too to social implication of automation, that's why we in Argentina we are on the extreme risk of falling into the more corrupted socialism ever existed this people are like this, the social part is also important very important humanity is very important, but not this extremes of socialism https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbUcl7j3q0w

  34. The automation of many social networks acts not all the time but in many cases showing like a kind of

    debauchery adiction that ends up in the freedom of the posibility of the extreme robbery of the most corrupted socialism and i like a lot jews i have a little of jew blood but i don't like radicales, that are deceiving the entire world with a supposed freedom of expression that is nothing else than being in the hands of the most corrupt part of Zionist socialism, they take ambiguity to extremes

    they have it very clear with the separates and win, and they have 50% of chances of winning election to destroy everything just for their own greed, ZIONIST SOCIALIST CLEARLLY ATTACKED ME JUST BECAUSE I HAVE THE STRONG BELIEVE OF THE southamerican DNA of good will southamerican Capitlism that work in reality with true love true solutions for the whole country true freedom that comes witn a strong identity and liberal with the ecomomics, socialist zionists are attacking the strong identity of southamerican captialism just for their own greed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCkTFPLL-Lk&fbclid=IwAR0LZecz_fQoTl6gqXU_WwIlqQS80c6wc6494Dkhm2U60B27LorJJRAUiTI

  35. There is no perfect economic and social system, but I believe with my intellect and heart that this is the best that humanity can offer, full employment and economic and social freedoms but with a clear control of a solid strong South American capitalist identity like this one.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSPKURZ4vBM

  36. There are automations and automations, for example this is the automation of the most corrupt socialist Zionism look how far they are willing to go only for greed, and also this is the worst part of the Russian Chinese corruption and above all of Islamic Terrorism the ambiguity taken to the ultimate exponent of the end of humanity http://www.labotellaalmar.com/vercorreo_lector.php?id=1869

  37. The ambiguity taken to the extremes separates and wins only by greed https://viapais.com.ar/argentina/278853-pacto-con-iran-los-mails-secretos-que-complican-a-hector-timerman-y-cristina-kirchner/

  38. This complete impunity worked with the most corrupt automation of terrorism and Kirnerism the force that has a 50% chance of taking power with greed to end this country https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeH-t1gfiSU&t=471s

  39. They are attacking with an extreme ambiguity to separate and overcome the clear strong capitalism identity of southamerica, here there is clear concrete proof that a liberalism with a very strong cultural identity is key to the improvement of more complex societies. The societies of the North do not have the extreme of the chaotic complexity of our South America here to sustain liberties requires a cultural identity that shelters this is a historical test a very clear path for social improvement in our South America https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUfpizfH7jE&fbclid=IwAR2GT1y2tgbHIuMPOl5VC7eSJBCUoGJWUntwWUGLsORXxfW5d0e3skerDmQ

  40. I don’t want self driving cars on the roads where my kids travel. Sounds like a deadly unmanned missile going down the road to me. They are dangerous and don’t belong on the road. Tesla has already had fatal accidents with their self driving cars but the do everything they can to cover those up. If your driving down the road and a ball bounces across the road, a human driver with common sense would expect there to be a child chasing the ball. A computer can be programmed to predict things that humans can. As a father and a firefighter I hate the idea of computerized drivers.

  41. If you have done the research about automobiles and laws associated and these efforts toward making self driving cars then you may have noticed the most important thing in all of this that this video and all others never mention. Not once.

  42. I rarely comment. I love the Seeker channel but wow this was crazy how they left Tesla out of it. Ok they were derogatory towards Elon. Now I’m left wondering what else can I believe here.

  43. I hate cars that don’t have steering wheels
    And i also hate autocorrect because i spelt “i have cars that don’t have steering wheels”

  44. They want to charge you full price for grocery delivery; while they stack 4 and 5 deliveries on each vehicle trip.
    because PROFIT is IMPORTANT,.. more than helping others.

  45. Waste of resource and energy…and costs ton loads of money…but I dont really get this Idea..why would you want to reduce employment oppertunities? This would make taxi company owners not hire human drivers and go automated..this would bring tsunami in driving employment..

  46. It can't work without PROFIT…. I have yet to hear any one discuss the market and price…. If they are targeting high end buyers… It won't work, even on a limited basis… They'll never mix Human and Computer drivers.. It's outside Human nature.. Henry Ford made history and one of the biggest Fortunes in History , by targeting the average person….

  47. Man that intro…"who doesn't want to live in that world"

    Many people actually, and some have good arguments for it

  48. I genuinely can't wait for self driving cars. I find driving to be stressful and frustrating and would love to do something else while in transit.

  49. When I was 16, I wanted a G-T-O. The one with the tri-power & positraction. A blue convertible w/ a 4-speed.
    The last thing in the world I wanted was a car that drove itself.
    That would be about as much fun as riding in the back seat of the Buick station wagon, with Mom driving.

  50. In the future cars are going to stop being pretty ei. You don’t care how pretty your local metro bus or train is as long as it’s clean and gets you from point A to point B.

  51. I would bet it's far closer to 2040 or 2050 before Driver less cars become trusted and utilized as a standard mode of transportation. They have to be able to better blend real time information with computer generated information to make the driver less experience/capability more Robust. Anyone who has study Corporations Risk Management programs and policies will know that these corporations will also be seeking some kind of blanket immunity against them and their products. This will have to be generated at the government level and to then get the public to buy in without a long usage section of 4 or 5 years of no Driver less accidents may be quite problematic.

  52. Every vehicle needs to be autonomous so that they can communicate with each other. Likewise the road infrastructure needs to adapt, for instance, will we need traffic lights, pedestrian crossings etc? A truly self driving world needs to understand an infinite range of complex scenarios.. I think there's still an element of human control.

  53. We could of been at level 5 10yrs ago if they asked me. 🙂 I felt it would be a lot easier to change the roads to magnetic tracks. The cars to shuttles wouldnt need an engine because it would be powered by the tracks which would make cars(shuttle) cheaper, lighter and need Zero Gas. You/City/States would use a program/computer/AI to run the whole transportation system. The system would go faster and faster as the bugs got worked out. You would no longer have accidents, drunk drivers, missing people, and crimes ect. The shuttle would be able to tell you instantly how long it will take to get where you are going. You would no longer need seats in front they all could be around a table like in a van. 🙂 If this was in place it would eliminate the need for gas and oil. 🙂

  54. Record the date of this stupid video. Tesla will make you guys look DUMB in a matter of months… you literally have no idea what you are talking about. ridiculous. Waymo is the leader in self driving? hahaha. Well they are really good at following HD maps in Chandler AZ… cool but no where near what Tesla is about to drop.

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