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by Isaac Asimov

Fascinating short story that details a visit to a kind of preserve for autonomous vehicles. I'm particularly interested because of the way that cars are being "trained" by watching millions of human behaviors using deep learning algorithms.

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Self-Steering Buses In Cambridge
   Self-steering cars and buses are coming!

Autonomous Cars: Who Is Responsible For Driving?
   It's been a criminal offense for at least a hundred years to drive manually on a public highway.- Arthur C. Clarke, 1976.

No Human Drivers By 2040 - Israel
   'It's been a criminal offense... to drive manually on a public highway.' - Arthur C. Clarke, 1976.

Tesla Autopilot's 40 Percent Crash Reduction
   ''I hope all those other cars are on automatic,' he said anxiously.' - Arthur C. Clarke, 1976

U of M's MCity To Feature Asimov's Automatobuses
   Should you turn autonomous buses off?

Autonomous Cars Talk To Each Other At MCity
   'My cars talk to one another.' - Isaac Asimov, 1953.

Pegasus, Nvidia Supercomputer For Autonomous Driving
   '...a 2045 convertible with a Hennis-Carleton positronic motor and an Armat chassis.' - Isaac Asimov, 1953.

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effie Automated Ironing Appliance
re: Mikhail Mikheev
(10/18/2017)

BabyX AI Real Enough For You
re: Robert Heinlein
(10/17/2017)

We Could Downgrade Puerto Rico - And Thereby Save It
re: John Brunner
(10/16/2017)

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