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    Essay On Self Driving Car

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    with this car this percent will decrease more than what people expect. A further example is that many people are getting distracted while driving, which could lead to more accidents, but there are no chances for a computer to be distracted, hence it will stop these types of accidents. Also, it can have a significant impact on crowded cities because the sensors and software in the autonomous car allows vehicles to ride closer together, therefore allowing more cars on the road with actually less traffic. Furthermore, People will save a lot of time if they purchased this car because they can do any job they have , watching a movie, or reading a book while the car is moving to it 's destination. Google has reached an advanced step in its project to build a self-driving car. 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, Google self-driving car does not have the ability to deal with climatic changes such as rain, snow, and tornadoes. Furthermore, Google car is moving according to its map so any sudden change in any street, area or…

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    Driverless Cars Thesis

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    The thesis is about the Rise of Driverless cars; and Their Good and Bad impact on humanity. There are many people still reluctant to adapt new technology due to which many research is going on to find it’s positive as well negative impacts. It seems to have more positive based on researches and negative based on adaptation of people regarding driverless cars. Thus, thesis provides reason for getting benefit out of those self-driving cars. Human beings get more advantage by adopting driverless…

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    I had an experience with the opposite reaction today. I was eating with my parents in the living room. They wanted to watch the football game that was on, so we ate on trays. When I was getting up, my knee bumped into the tray. It wasn't enough to knock it over, but when it wobbled back in place, the plate and cup on it kept sliding. The cup was empty, so I reacted quickly enough to keep the plate on the tray, though I had to put my hand down in it to do so. Hand was messy, but kept it off…

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    I was in a situation that involved inductive reasoning where I had to decide whether a weird sound my car was making was causing other problems in my car. My car had problems in earlier years that sounded the same as the one it was having recently. I was not too sure if taking it to the body shop was the best idea, because I already had taken it once and I thought it was all fix with no more problems to occur, but I was apparently wrong. All I could think of was that I had put my…

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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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    As an irreplaceable transportation tool in human life, the vehicle has rapidly advanced in recent years. The future vehicle will have a sensor, which can scan 600 feet of distance around the vehicle, which is a self-driving technology (Markoff, 2014). The innovation of self-driving cars is kind of a life-changing breakthrough because it can reduce the stress of drivers and guarantee road safety. Smart technology like voice control, driver override system, Biometric vehicle access and a…

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    Have you ever driven a car before? If you have driven a car before then you would know that they driving part of it is the easiest. The hard part is looking out for your surroundings. You always have to worry about the other drivers. Well if we have cars that drive themselves by a computer then everybody would think Hey! That would be nice and easy. But, there are pros and cons of having a self-driven car. Computers could cause fewer accidents, but they could also stop working and go off the…

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    Usually, when people hear the words self-driving car they instantly think of the future. It’s pretty hard to think what the downsides of getting where you need to go, without doing any work whatsoever, could be, but you’d be surprised how big one of the reasons this wouldn't work actually is. There is a moral problem that comes with the inviolability of the self-driving car. One great thing that self-driving cars promise is the improved safety and minimization of most problems that may occur on…

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    “It’s just a car,” they all say. Only some will understand the attachment oneself can get towards their vehicle. How could you be attached to it? It’s a materialistic thing that will be non-existent in due time. A bunch of metal, rubber, and wiring put together is really all that a car is. This concoction of resources gives me an explosion of emotions that are priceless and very desirable. All it takes is one click of a button and a step inside to unlock these feelings. To me, my car will always…

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    Simulators are machines that are designed to give a realistic impression of the controls and operation(s), of vehicles and aircrafts which are used for training purposes. They are often defined as a program that enables a computer to implement programs written or made for a different operating system. An example of a simulator is the Tesla Simulator. It is a simulator where you can interact with the different types of cars made by the Tesla Motors (an American car company that designs,…

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