Why Don’t We Have Self-Driving Cars Yet?

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  • Joel PACKETT
    Joel PACKETT  1 days back

    I don’t want self driving cars

    • Furydisaster
      Furydisaster  1 days back

      who will get a ticket if the car gets pulled over??? We all know most cops are pulling people over most the time without cause so when the car is driving itself who will get the ticket?

      • Darryl Sumner
        Darryl Sumner  2 days back

        Self driving cars are another means of control of the people, laziness will cost humanity, seems nobody learned anything from slavery.

        • RICKY B. A.
          RICKY B. A.  2 days back

          Change the infrastructure (meaning make roads perfect for self driving cars) have all cars linked to sensors put up over the road on light poles or something so they have info as to what will be on the road miles ahead of the vehicle.

          • GodsIlluminatedOne
            GodsIlluminatedOne  2 days back

            FACT....IT WILL COST $1,000,000,000,000.00 TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS TO....( OUTFIT ROAD SENSORS TO EVERY 1 MILE OF ROAD IN AMERIKKKA )....PEOPLE THINK DEEP ABOUT SELF DRIVE CARS 🤔🤔🤔🤔

            • FlossGvnG TeleVisioN
              FlossGvnG TeleVisioN  6 days back

              You know what I hate about the normal cars in this day in age the sensors so why I keep going with that sort of innovation making a car that works only on sensors because sensors go bad... overtime and sensors are expensive to fix! I say no self driving car is worth it.

              • Javier Fernandez
                Javier Fernandez  6 days back

                Who let that guy from Navigant make those outrageous statements.

                • G T
                  G T  7 days back

                  Why do we want driverless cars
                  I do not want to use one
                  Too slow
                  I want to be in control at all times every time ...
                  I enjoy driving I don't want to be driven by anyone or thing .
                  I want to get to work or to other destination quickly and safe .
                  I so not want to be forced to purchase driverless cars .
                  Good for people who can't drive yes agree ...but not for me .
                  Not interested
                  Sorry

                  • Jim Emanuel
                    Jim Emanuel  7 days back

                    Self-driving vehicles are in a dangerous stage. They must coexist with manually operated vehicles. Thus, they are just another vehicle to contend with. When industry networks all the full self-driving vehicles so that they can "communicate" with each regarding destinations, then it will be practical to mandate this type of vehicle is the only one authorized on the road.

                    Since self-driving vehicles don't use gasoline or diesel fuel, states will have to establish a system to collect fees for streets and highways to offset the loss of tax revenue from the sale of gasoline and diesel fuels. It is assumed that the cost to produce gasoline for motorcycles will be too great to sustain and motorcycles will no longer be viable.

                    When the time comes, the government will establish a date when all gasoline and diesel powered vehicles will be banned from the road. There are many other sectors that will be greatly affected by self-driving vehicles. I'm glad that I won't be around when these things come to pass.

                    • Alexei Babin
                      Alexei Babin  7 days back

                      And this is how the US slowly loses it's tech advantage to less developed countries.

                      • Raymond Lee
                        Raymond Lee  1 weeks back

                        People getting killed and there's accident? As if there's no accident or people killed with human drivers😂. Elderly drivers are most dangerous

                        • Jensen Jean E
                          Jensen Jean E  1 weeks back

                          alcoholics can drive safely with an autonomous car. We don’t need to worry to much about them with this technology.

                          • akselmani
                            akselmani  1 weeks back

                            Sam Abuelsamid is not only unqualified to comment on any of this but also a promoter of backwards thinking. With more people like him, we would have been 20 years behind the current tech.

                            • Tim Wallace
                              Tim Wallace  1 weeks back

                              the only reason we dont have driverless cars is legal.. no one wants to get sued into oblivion when one crash happens the liability issues always come to light. Wake up.

                              • Tony Mack
                                Tony Mack  1 weeks back

                                Because I don't want ok one

                                • Joseph Glover
                                  Joseph Glover  1 weeks back

                                  This is 10 to 15 years down the road and I don't see people trusting driverless cars with their lives just to save a few bucks.

                                  • Chuck W Willingham
                                    Chuck W Willingham  1 weeks back

                                    What is the purpose of self driving cars?

                                    • Chuck W Willingham
                                      Chuck W Willingham  1 weeks back

                                      Why Don’t We Have Self-Driving Cars Yet? lazy people...

                                      • SAMI HASAN
                                        SAMI HASAN  2 weeks back

                                        With due respect, Is Sam Abuelsamid qualified enough to comprehend self driving car software? he is a mechanical engineer who worked on electric control systems, no software background .

                                        • Stan Dupp
                                          Stan Dupp  2 weeks back

                                          Its already bad enough that we are tracked everywhere we go via our phones and our cars. I see it as an infringement on our privacy already that cars are hooked up to wifi and the internet. Now imagine if they start putting self driving cars on the road and you wanted to go somewhere but since the company providing the self driving service to your car doesn't like where you want to go, it could refuse to take you there. Kind of like the way social media is restricting free speech. You can throw your phone out but you can't disconnect these modern cars from the internet and self driving ones are just another way to take away our freedoms!

                                          • EZwA
                                            EZwA  2 weeks back

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                                            TRIKY ROBOT CAR POLITICS: (the liabiliT vs sAfT cNundrum)

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                                            • Gene Smith
                                              Gene Smith  2 weeks back

                                              The guy who says Tesla is behind because of the hardware is an idiot. It's NOT the hardware, it's exactly what that one lady said it was, the algorithms.

                                              • orange70383
                                                orange70383  2 weeks back

                                                Why would you want to give up the freedom of mobility with a self driving car. Self driving cars are the first step to limiting your movement. Think of all the laws and rules that will naturally come with self driving cars. People are so dam ignorant, they are just asking to be controlled.

                                                • MLievens
                                                  MLievens  2 weeks back

                                                  Most consumers wont own them bc they are expensive... what a conservative view. Once the tech is there, it will not be more expensive than a current car.

                                                  • burninghard everything
                                                    burninghard everything  2 weeks back

                                                    Yeah automation! Great! Finally corporate America is able to get rid of that disturbing and annoying human factor to further increase their revenue!

                                                    • Quang Lam
                                                      Quang Lam  2 weeks back

                                                      Why don’t we ask our creator to design a better human. We need to improve the architecture of the species for the sake of the species itself.

                                                      • Ethan Carberry-Holt
                                                        Ethan Carberry-Holt  2 weeks back

                                                        CNBC: Why don't we have self-driving cars yet?
                                                        Tesla: Am I a joke to you?

                                                      • Neal
                                                        Neal  2 weeks back

                                                        No one asked.

                                                        • zombiebillcosby
                                                          zombiebillcosby  3 weeks back

                                                          Most cars are already self-driving, the issue is it’s because people are on their phones.

                                                          • Rob Ruble
                                                            Rob Ruble  3 weeks back

                                                            I got a question about driverless cars if i could... When you go camping with your wife and kids and an axe murdering maniac approaches your family. After you all run and jump in the car for an escape is the car gona know to run him down? Or does the axe murderer just have to stand in front of the car and make it stop? 😯

                                                            • Rob Ruble
                                                              Rob Ruble  3 weeks back

                                                              Honestly guys, cool idea. Impressive how far along things are with self driving vehicles. But the reality is, down the road when they pass laws that state while traveling in a self driving vehicle you must have an individual with a valid drivers license at the controls, (brakes, accelerator, and steering in case of an emergency, its gona be all for nothing and pointless. Lets face it, most peoples day to day driving is back and forth to work, grociery store, ect. 20 mins this way, 20 mins that way.... Kinda pointless really.

                                                              • Jumbomuffin13
                                                                Jumbomuffin13  3 weeks back

                                                                Apparently having humans test sht isn’t right but animal testing is? Fk humans!

                                                                • Bob Blum
                                                                  Bob Blum  3 weeks back

                                                                  I review the crucial AI problems that need to be solved for full self-driving cars to become a reality. They are 1) intuitive physics (including causal reasoning,) 2) intuitive psychology, and 3) multi-step reasoning and planning. The article is here:

                                                                  https://www.bobblum.com/ESSAYS/COMPSCI/self-driving-cars.html

                                                                  The sensor suite needs to achieve pixel level RGB-depth (range) at least comparable to human binocular vision (stereopsis) including minimal degradation in bad weather.

                                                                  This will not be achieved by Tesla, Cruise, or Aurora (or anyone else) for several more years (such that the car can drive autonomously in heavy traffic and bad weather.) Nonetheless, I look forward to exciting progress and gradual widespread rollout of Level 4.

                                                                  • jeremy 94
                                                                    jeremy 94  3 weeks back

                                                                    Did she just say people are being killed???

                                                                    • cave man
                                                                      cave man  3 weeks back

                                                                      the real reason is these things can be hacked. if they can be hacked, then they can be dangerous.

                                                                      • James Mcclary
                                                                        James Mcclary  3 weeks back

                                                                        Because their too busy trying to build self driving semis. Theirs no money in a self driving car.

                                                                        • Zanjabeel Sukkar
                                                                          Zanjabeel Sukkar  3 weeks back

                                                                          Ok Since most of the Population in US is in the cities and alot of the cities have high crime rate. You want to tell me that you will send cars that are new and technological and worth alot of money through poor neighborhoods without a driver? who is going to insure and invest in that type of business?
                                                                          I think Today's trend is that anything that resembles technology and future gets attention on stock market level
                                                                          It is sad that geeks that are abandoning human society are being rewarded rather than hard working family men

                                                                          • GodBlessTexas
                                                                            GodBlessTexas  3 weeks back

                                                                            We don’t want self driving cars

                                                                            • S
                                                                              S  3 weeks back

                                                                              Who's we

                                                                          • chan pol
                                                                            chan pol  3 weeks back

                                                                            How the cars stopped burglary or car jacking ?

                                                                            • Uranium Farm
                                                                              Uranium Farm  3 weeks back

                                                                              Glorified matrix multiplication and a smorgasbord of hacks. To call AI is 'stupid' is too generous.

                                                                              • Proud Gay Californian Registered Democrat

                                                                                Only lazy fat people want self driving cars in the first place. Drive yourself fatties

                                                                                • mick mccrory
                                                                                  mick mccrory  3 weeks back

                                                                                  When I was 16, the last thing on Earth I wanted was a self driving car. I wanted a '66 G-T-O, with a 389 & Tri-power. 4 speed transmission & positraction rear end.
                                                                                  If you want to ride in the back seat, get your Mom to drive you around.

                                                                                  • Leonard Church
                                                                                    Leonard Church  3 weeks back

                                                                                    lmao, I can only imagine a 40 year old having their 70-80 year old mom driving him around. Stupid comment.

                                                                                  • karebu2
                                                                                    karebu2  3 weeks back

                                                                                    mick mccrory happy 18th year old kid.

                                                                                • Jeffrey Johnson
                                                                                  Jeffrey Johnson  3 weeks back

                                                                                  HAL, why are you driving towards that bridge abutment?

                                                                                  Don't worry about it, Dave.

                                                                                  • Benny Martinez
                                                                                    Benny Martinez  4 weeks back

                                                                                    Can a self driving car drive on the pch, offroad, go through construction zones, make u-turns, go through a McDonald's drive thru, park in a parking lot, stop at the railroad tracks? I would "love" to know.

                                                                                    • ST
                                                                                      ST  4 weeks back

                                                                                      First, Sam Abuelamid is right - nobody asked us in Chandler, AZ if we wanted to be in the experiment. That should be criminal. Second, I don't need driverless cars in the first place, and don't want them. I like to drive! And as was said in this video, people plus safety assist technologies may be safer than anything these companies can come up with.

                                                                                      • György Névery
                                                                                        György Névery  4 weeks back

                                                                                        Oh, that evil Tesla. How nice that everybody else is so careful. ;)

                                                                                        • Enigma Productions
                                                                                          Enigma Productions  4 weeks back

                                                                                          Ok see their big problem is that they don't share the same infrastructure you need nodes and sensors on the traffic lights and street lamps.

                                                                                          • 428CJ70
                                                                                            428CJ70  4 weeks back

                                                                                            How can a self driving car know to go extra slow if a child off the side of the road is playing with a ball? As a teen driver, I could have killed a child had I not been watching her and run off the road when she ran right in front of me at the very last second.

                                                                                            • Proud Gay Californian Registered Democrat
                                                                                              Proud Gay Californian Registered Democrat  3 weeks back

                                                                                              @György Névery Wrong self driving car sensors have already proven they will fail when they are needed most killing you and the obstacle.

                                                                                            • György Névery
                                                                                              György Névery  4 weeks back

                                                                                              A self driving car has sensors. So do people. The difference is just that a self driving car has more of them and unlike people the car can use all of them simultaneously. The car can detect and monitor the children long before even get close enough to be dangerous. Radar can see things what are invisible for the vision because there is something what blocking the sight.

                                                                                            • Dani the volger
                                                                                              Dani the volger  4 weeks back

                                                                                              Self driving cars are gonna be a bad idea

                                                                                            • jan simonides
                                                                                              jan simonides  4 weeks back

                                                                                              A computer doesn´t know there is a real outer world as it is not conscious nor will ever be.