PDQ Mobile wrote:Too easy just to write that.
Leccy "too cheap to meter" too, no doubt!
It was cheaper than free the other night...
Not that I'd ever say it'll be too cheap to meter - there'll always be infrastructure costs.
PDQ Mobile wrote:As for "soon arriving at a junction near you", I personally very much doubt it, in the total control form you foresee.
The problem with that statement is that it ignores the fact it's already here.
I work enough with ML (machine learning) to see what's happening in the world and to have a realistic idea of what's possible.
There's nothing magical about driving cars, certainly nothing that can't be done better by computers - and for most scenarios already is.
ML/AI is going through exponential growth at the moment, stuff just a couple of years ago we didn't think would be possible by machines is now routinely done by them.
They can process so much data simultaneously it makes our intuition gained by balancing half a dozen variables in our heads look positively steam punk.
It's an exciting (and scary) time.
I personally wouldn't miss it for the world.