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    line of work in 2017, is the manufacture worker. In the fairly close past, manufacture jobs were very sought after. They had fair wages, benefits, safety, and were stable, for a time. (Green, 4) About a decade ago, manufacture centers across the country started experimenting with robots. First was the simple industries, such as soft drink and part manufacture. Now, the make up nearly every assembly line, from planes to satellites to other robots. Soon, the manufacturing job will be gone all together. When the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) launched their first Grand Challenge in 2004, the idea of autonomous driverless vehicles for everyone seemed like a plot for a science fiction novel about the distant future. The 2005 contest, however, was far different, with five teams completing the 132-mile course through the dessert, setting the stage for the 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge. The Urban Challenge proved that these vehicles were rapidly coming up the acceptance curve. Over the past few years, Google's involvement has made driverless cars a common, causing virtually every transportation company in the world to launch their own driverless research team working on autonomous features. Between now and 2030, driverless features will pave the way for fully autonomous vehicles and the demand for drivers will begin to plummet. On-demand transportation services, where people can hail a driverless vehicle at any time, will become a staple of everyday metro…

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    beginning workings of self-driving cars began in the 1920s. The true first fully autonomous car came around in the 1980s by Carnegie Mellon University. They created the NavLab project which started autonomous car design. According to an Engineering Magazine article by Sherry Stokes of Carnegie Mellon University, “Beginning in 1984, CMU 's Robotics Institute ran the NavLab project, which yielded 11 generations of semi- and fully autonomous vehicles. Another research wave, from 2004 to 2007,…

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    From SIRI to autonomous cars, artificial intelligence (AI) continues to grow rapidly. Today, artificial intelligence is known as narrow AI (or weak AI), as it is designed to perform a narrow task, for example, voice recognition only or only driving a car. “Researchers’ long-term goal is to create artificial general intelligence (AGI or strong AI). While narrow AI may outperform humans at whatever its specific task is, general AI would outperform humans at nearly every cognitive task.” (Tegmark,…

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    Mostly everyone in the world has thought about their future. And some of those people have thought about inventions so great and beyond our lifetime but what if I tell you one of those inventions is coming soon. That invention … is a driverless car. The Creation Driverless cars is the beginning of a new beginning breaking the technology industries itself. The great creation was created by Google engineers and employees, Google companies also tended to the situation. Soon this may lead to…

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    Although, there are a lot of obstacles and challenges waiting for Google self driving car to overcome in order for the car to be ready for public. One of the problems that must be highlighted are the places where Google car could drive itself too. Previously, I mentioned that Google driverless car already covered more than million miles but this distance is nothing compared to the whole distance of the world therefore what 's the benefit of a car that does not work in 99 % of the world. Also,…

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    companies have devoted real money, substantial resources, and the world’s brightest engineering minds toward making the driverless car smarter and safer. And their progress is being witnessed every single day. Hopefully, the reliability of driverless car will advance significantly in the near future. Driverless Car: My Thoughts and Possible solutions: As far as I concerned, the driverless car will definitely make driving safer in the future. The new generations after us may live in a life…

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    Driverless cars - they feel their surroundings with such techniques as radar, lidar, GPS, odometry, & computer vision. They update their maps based on sensory input, allowing the vehicles to keep track of their position, even in changing conditions, or in a uncharted environment. These machines have control systems that are capable of analyzing sensory data to distinguish between different cars on the road. Now, some people do not exactly support these vehicles. ‘Oh, they’ll destroy the…

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    Now that self-driving cars are becoming a reality, they may impact society because of competition with big auto companies. They will have competition with uber, taxis and insurance companies will start to lose money. Google is building the self-driving cars in detroit for other companies to build. The self-driving car would be 100% electric and could drive a range of 100 miles. A self-driving car will now have sensors that can detect thing before it happens. Google says it is covering 10,000…

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    Top 10 facts about Driverless cars An autonomous car, also known as a Driverless car, self-driven car, or robotic car is an automated vehicle capable of complete the transportation capabilities of a traditional car. Driverless car sense their environments with such technologies like radar, lidar, GPS, and computer vision. Advanced control systems interpret sensory data to identify and analyse appropriate navigation paths, as well as obstacles and relevant signage. By definition, automated…

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    Sometimes there may be technical default in the car and hence it will cost your life. Second thing is employment level will be high as thousands of drivers will lose their job because of this. As there will be no need of the drivers so it will also affect in country’s national income (Autonomous systems, 2015). According to my opinion both aspects of the driverless car should be taken into consideration before launching it into the market. Appendix List of ideas Positive Aspects…

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