We’ll discuss why the trolly paradox isn’t a real issue after all, or at least, why it shouldn’t be; Tesla’s Autopilot V9.0 with Navigate on Autopilot is a game changer; and we look at countries’ preparedness for an autonomous future round the world.
Today, Episode 61! Today, Episode 61! We talk again about the trolly paradox, and the need to program autonomous to mirror various cultures’ social norms, conventions, and expectations; GM’s Cruise Automation has a small problem in that it’s not so good at detecting pedestrians (oops); and, we discuss VW’s strategy towards besting Tesla at it’s own game… by 2020.
Today, Episode 59: Tesla (Elon Musk, really) has just removed the rather confusing “fully self driving” functionality option on Tesla cars’ order forms; we learn a few bit of details — without much detail, honestly — about the Apple Car; and I discuss an interesting article on how six US cities are preparing for the AV car revolution. All this, right now!
TODAY! Thrilled and honored to have special guest Dan Piatkowski join me on the show! Dan’s the Assistant Professor of Regional Planning at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and we’ll be discussing his article (discussed in the second segment of the previous episode) suggesting that autonomous vehicles and pedestrian-friendly cities may be mutually exclusive goals; that we can have perhaps just one or the other, but not both.
Hey everybody, apologies but I won’t be able to run this week’s episodes but will do my absolute best to get back to you next week…ish. Sorry, but thanks for your patience and understanding! UPDATE: Sorry folks, it looks like I’m not going to make it back till next week… apologies! 🙁 -Marc
Today, Episode 55! We talk about BMW’s autonomous motorcycle; the best commercial trucking routes for autonomous trucking; and, we take a step back to look at 9 years of Waymo’s biggest milestones.
Today, Episode 49! Waymo’s autonomous Chrysler Pacifica minivans annoy the locals in Chandler, Arizona; we discuss five industries sure to be disrupted (or invented altogether) by autonomous cars; and, China gets very serious about autonomous electric cars in the US.
Today, Episode 47! We talk about VW’s new “We” EV cars sharing program; Drive.ai’s expansion; and Lyft/Aptiv’s 5000th autonomous car ride in Las Vegas! (Also, I sprained my neck.)
The second season (or series, for those of you blessed to speak the Queen’s English) of Autonomous Cars with Marc Hoag is gearing up to launch very, very soon — I’d say within 1-3 weeks or so — and while the format of the show promises to remain more or less the same, I am excited to announce that Autonomous Cars with Marc Hoag now has its very own home on Twitter, @AutonomousHoag, so please be sure to follow!
The very first episode of Autonomous Cars with Marc Hoag where I share with you my first experience in an autonomous car, the Tesla Model S with Autopilot! Remember – I encourage feedback and back and forth discussions, so don’t be shy! Leave messages!