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    Vehicles go through a much more stringent software testing process vs your computer or phone. If you app doesn't open or crash, it's annoying. If a safety feature isn't working correctly on a vehicle, it can have serious consequences.
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    “Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote!”

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  4. #124
    Quote Originally Posted by Siliconebobsquarepants View Post
    Interesting that the article changed and the Tesla response disappeared.

    I'd be interested in seeing further details—the data logging from the car should indicate what inputs the 'driver' attempted to provide (eg. steering-wheel / pedal) while the car was in autopilot mode. Sometimes the simplest answer is correct, e.g. with the Audi unintended acceleration where the #1 issue was user error and pedal confusion.
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  5. #125
    Quote Originally Posted by kbroderick View Post
    Interesting that the article changed and the Tesla response disappeared.

    I'd be interested in seeing further details—the data logging from the car should indicate what inputs the 'driver' attempted to provide (eg. steering-wheel / pedal) while the car was in autopilot mode. Sometimes the simplest answer is correct, e.g. with the Audi unintended acceleration where the #1 issue was user error and pedal confusion.
    The Tesla statement is still in the nj.com article:
    https://www.nj.com/middlesex/2019/02...-cops-say.html

  6. #126
    Quote Originally Posted by kbroderick View Post
    Interesting that the article changed and the Tesla response disappeared.

    I'd be interested in seeing further details—the data logging from the car should indicate what inputs the 'driver' attempted to provide (eg. steering-wheel / pedal) while the car was in autopilot mode. Sometimes the simplest answer is correct, e.g. with the Audi unintended acceleration where the #1 issue was user error and pedal confusion.
    And some rigging from 60 Minutes...
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