A couple of other Forbes writers have responded to my columns on the driverless car. Summation of their views in a word: "Nonsense" and "Baloney," respectively. Spirited discussions are going on. Take a look.
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- you should link the articles together as you create themJan 26, 2013
- Here is my take on driverless cars: http://wp.me/p28XDR-Ci
I got much the same conclusions as .
It's inevitable and it is going to change our whole society. Can't wait.
I also read through some of Google's related patents and there is some interesting stuff there. I also blogged about those, but in short: Google is trying to patent something the traditional car companies are not good at and may have an advantage there that could offer it significant benefits in the short to medium term. We might be looking at a similar development path that windows had in the market place.Jan 27, 2013
- thanks got it!
I particularly enjoy the endless possibilities of how to use the commute time. Productivity on steroids! Video conference calls, meetings, school carpool, etc, etc. Jan 27, 2013
- thanks. btw, articles are linked at Forbes. Is that what you mean?Jan 27, 2013
- yeah, maybe I missed itJan 27, 2013
- I really don't see his point (Haydn Shaughnessy), I might be missing his point. Fine, there are other companies working on autonomous cars. There has been interest in this for 30 years. All possibly true. This doesn't contradict anything in's articles. Will it be Google? will Google make cars? Who cares?Jan 27, 2013