[ExI] Tesla autopilot
stathisp at gmail.com
Wed Jan 19 02:19:57 UTC 2022
On Wed, 19 Jan 2022 at 13:01, spike jones via extropy-chat <
extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:
> ...> On Behalf Of BillK via extropy-chat
> Subject: [ExI] Tesla autopilot
> Once Tesla issues the complete self-driving autopilot package the human in
> the car will no longer be driving. The car might not even have a steering
> wheel or any vehicle controls.
> So if two Tesla cars crash at a junction, will they argue about which car
> was at fault?
> This could be the start of AIs becoming self-conscious.
> BillK, it's a critical question: does the car have a steering wheel or does
> it not? In the USA, it is aaaaalll about liability. If the car has a
> steering wheel and the autopilot screws up, the driver is liable. If no
> steering wheel, the company is at fault.
At some point it won't be the company that is at fault, but the car itself.
> I have half a mind to wait until the no-steering-wheel car is available,
> drive my own damn self until then.
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