sam.gh, 13 May 2016Unfotunately it's human glitches which ends up as programming glitches so we need constant sec... moreSo you think that your current car is immune to glitches? You do realise that even in it's current state TV he car has numerous mechanical and electronic systems that can go wrong, don't you? And of this happens the fact that you are behind the steering wheel won't help. And still you drive your car. Self driving cars will belong to car sharing services so they can arrange the litigation part among themselves.
i like the idea but it seems more futuristic than modern but a car is a car , instead of complaining about the glitches that havent been reported by the actual makers themselve you either buy it or you dont, if you like the modern cars stick to them because in the end half or maybe all of you will want on when it gets released
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nick, 13 May 2016So humans dont have 'glitches'? Unfotunately it's human glitches which ends up as programming glitches so we need constant security updates on every software out there and by the way i forgot to mention i like to know that how insurance companies are going to regulate self driving cars?which one is going to get blamed for an accident?the car?the driver?software glitches?the road?the traffic light?,........?????
Sam.gh, 13 May 2016The idea seems futuristic and boring and in my opinion also potentially risky.futuristic becau... moreIf I were you I would avoid crossings with traffic lights. After all it's a machine switching them so it is prone to glitches, hackers, terrorists, etc. Who knows when it will give green light to everybody and cause huge crashes.
So, if the car is driven by a computer and this is an ad for a driver job, you have to be a computer to apply?
The idea seems futuristic and boring and in my opinion also potentially risky.futuristic because some day it's going to happen for everyone to have a automated car.boring because as some folks said energy consumption is an engeneering factor so i think automated cars are going to get smaller,less comfy,less roomy and cars are going to be less powerfull so no fun in sitting and driving in those cars.risky because in my idea fully automation brings up the risk of glitches,hackers and terrorists,malfuncions,.... because there is no man made devices or systems which someone can claim is perfect.
i myself prefer to trust old school man driven cars with safety assistanse systems
Didn't I see Peter Sellers drive that car into a swimming pool , in a Pink Panther movie.
arboyz, 13 May 2016Wow this is great. So when go to work, i could take this car. After arriving at work, the car ... moreAfter it drives you to work, it can drive someone else elsewhere, and next person ect. And when you're done working, it could drive you home. And then drive someone else, and so on. Much less time will be spent standing in the garage waiting for you. Its not going to be "your" car any more. Think of it as a taxi subscription service.
Driver, 13 May 2016Hoping that those self-driving cars don't get to the market anytime soon. They will just make... moreI find driving hella boring... I don't know about you but most adults bring their car to work and back. Never exceeding speed of 70kmh. I'd rather have a shag on the way to work and back.
sunshinee, 13 May 2016It is crazy to think cars are going to drive themselves... Little bit scared toooo :-) ... Hop... moreThere are already chat bots and washers have been around for ages. Have you lived under a rock?
Eco, 13 May 2016I believe, the self driving cars could be good for clear summer days. In winter the driving co... moreIn order to increase the share of renewable energy you first need to improve the car efficiency. This can be achieved by automating the vehicle traffic. Human driving is wasting a lot of energy i.e. more dirty coal energy in the case of US.
arboyz, 13 May 2016Wow this is great. So when go to work, i could take this car. After arriving at work, the car ... moreIt won't drive itself home - it will go to drive other people. Car ownership will be pointless in an autonomous driving world.
Driver, 13 May 2016Hoping that those self-driving cars don't get to the market anytime soon. They will just make... moreOf you like driving so much become a taxi driver or a trucker. You will be living your dream.
Wow, I thought that there are more millennials reading GSMArena. Looking at the previous comments it seems readers are older. I'm quite older myself but I work in a smart cities department and sometimes help my colleagues working on autonomous vehicles. I can't wait for the self driving cars to take over. I have 26 years experience driving and I've never been responsible for an accident but imagine being able to read GSMArena while commuting to work and write comments like this as well. Cool. Why waste one hour crawling after other cars in the jams. What's the fun about it? Come to 21st century, guys.
Hoping that those self-driving cars don't get to the market anytime soon.
They will just make another part of our life boring
Wow this is great. So when go to work, i could take this car. After arriving at work, the car can self-driving back to my house and I could take public transport. How convenience!
I believe, the self driving cars could be good for clear summer days. In winter the driving could be treacherous as there are chances for the snow, slush and dirt that could stick to its 360 camera making the drive difficult. Most of all, this will stop the revenues for the insurance companies and the government which they are making. There are some great inventors who developed the automotive technology to run the car on water and other alternate fuels. But to dream of such a technology to go production in a large scale is very less. At this time, Clean energy should be our prime concern.