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October 30, 2020


Watch a self-driving Roborace car drive directly into a wall

Excellent Analysis: "OH NO and the start has not gone to plan."

(Thanks to John Gregg)


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Isn't the hope for crashes secretly the reason a lot of people attend NASCAR races? This could be a big attendance booster.

The analysis is way more exciting than:

“Down goes Frazier! Down goes Frazier! Down goes Frazier!”

What was it going, something like 10 mph? What kind of race car is THAT?

You really got me, all indications are this is a promised flying car which should be kept in the garage until the Kinks are ironed out.

Sadly, it did not have the parallel parking option, and the diagonal parking option still needs quite a bit of tweaking.

As I suggested in an earlier post, AI technology should not be run using Windows 10.


The Twit Car of the Year.

I think Le Petomane is onto something. I know my Windows is always crashing.

At least this robocar was on an enclosed track. What scares me is the idea of robo 18-wheelers loose on the Interstates.

Le Pet, if it's on Windows, it won't run anyway.

Clearly, it must have had a Florida Driver License, not a Real Driver, or a Real License.

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