Re: The future of AI in cars
I understood the large trucking automation. Most of the products we touch every day have spent some time traveling this way and I think it's a great area to address with automation. Driving a large truck day in day out is not easy on a human body or mind, there is a lot going on and a lot to process very quickly, more so than driving your car down the road. Even if we never fully automate the driving but greatly assist the drivers to reduce the hunting for data to process by removing blind spots, improving navigation, assisting with the actual driving for example. Once those systems are working they can be scaled down to mini buses or mini trucks. Imagine not having to drive a large truck into a large city. A large trucking hub could exist on the edge of a large city then smaller autonomous vehicles could move smaller shipments into the city. The same could address public transportation, airplanes, trains and large buses bring people into cities and smaller transportation options shuttle them around with shorter more frequent routes.