Gongol.com Archives: March 2016
At least six Iowa towns already have it.
Company founder: "[W]e are moving very, very fast" to integrate systems. The path to the self-driving car is going to be more incremental than not -- lane assistance, automatic braking, and the like -- but it can't come fast enough. Eliminating human error from the roadways would save tens of thousands of lives a year.
They know that there are things they don't know -- and that is a special form of consciousness
Only further evidence that the future of "television" may very well be delivered predominantly via the Internet
They need to be programmed to recognize when users need help but don't know how to ask for it -- like when they are suicidal, depressed, or otherwise in need of human help (but brokered by artificial intelligence)