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President of nissin is a bean?

https://twitter.com/Nissan/status/55...864832/photo/1

hes doing an AMA about self driving cars right now.... my biggest question would be how insurance and liability will be handled.
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I would think that with all of the instruments packed into self-driving cars, the manufacturer could, at the very least, show a replay of what was recorded during an incident. Video, accelerometers, etc could be used to render a virtual sequence of what happened and then the responsible party would be pretty obvious.
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I'm sure the manufacturer's will do something to protect themselves from liability against stupid ass human drivers. Or you'll have some gold digging cock sucker get in an accident caused by a human that the self-driving vehicle couldn't avoid trying to sue its manufacturer for damages.

edit: It'll be more interesting when all cars are self-driving and two computerized cars get in an accident. No human (driver) is at fault, so...now who gets blamed? Especially interesting if a software bug caused it...now it is a human's fault, but, are they liable?

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I would think that with all of the instruments packed into self-driving cars, the manufacturer could, at the very least, show a replay of what was recorded during an incident. Video, accelerometers, etc could be used to render a virtual sequence of what happened and then the responsible party would be pretty obvious.

Yeah, let's make sure privacy doesn't exist anywhere for CONVENIENCE (laziness.)
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^ Does our resident psycho have anything productive to say on the topic or should I leave its post hidden?
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I would think that with all of the instruments packed into self-driving cars, the manufacturer could, at the very least, show a replay of what was recorded during an incident. Video, accelerometers, etc could be used to render a virtual sequence of what happened and then the responsible party would be pretty obvious.

That is a good point, in many cases it should be obvious

instant replay ftw
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I'm sure the manufacturer's will do something to protect themselves from liability against stupid ass human drivers. Or you'll have some gold digging cock sucker get in an accident caused by a human that the self-driving vehicle couldn't avoid trying to sue its manufacturer for damages.

edit: It'll be more interesting when all cars are self-driving and two computerized cars get in an accident. No human (driver) is at fault, so...now who gets blamed? Especially interesting if a software bug caused it...now it is a human's fault, but, are they liable?

This is what I'm talking about, let's say two cars are taking two drunk guys home... and one of the cars has some malfunction and violates a rule. Is the manufacturer liable? The OS programmer? Google maps? Just driver?
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^ Does our resident psycho have anything productive to say on the topic or should I leave its post hidden?

lol well privacy is a concern i guess, but in public you can't expect privacy

that's why it's called public

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Hah. I guess it still drives a carbureted car and had all of its dental fillings removed when it first suspected that they were watching it.

By the way, you missed one, Sam.
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Will people still buy cool/quick cars after they reach a point when they only drive themselves?
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eventually itll be "too dagerous" for pathetic humins to drive themselves by law
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well tbh it is too dangerous look how many people die

not that i think thats a bad thing

i think the earth is horribly overpopulated

people dying is a good thing
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