Otto and Budweiser: First Shipment by Self-Driving Truck

The world's first shipment by self-driving truck, a 120-mile journey with no driver in front seat.

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+5 1. Burimi commented 3 years ago

If the shipment is late who's to blame?
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+6 2. thefox commented 3 years ago

"The world's first shipment by self-driving truck, a 120-mile journey with no driver in front seat."

Back seat driver. :|
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+4 3. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

Cool and of course a financial advantage for the company, but also overall reduced employment opportunities.
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+4 4. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

I can see the return of the Highway Man, no pistols though just the right app on a smart phone. "Stand and deliver your beer or your CPU".>:)
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+2 5. ringmaster commented 3 years ago

I'm glad the truck was sober during shipment :)
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+1 6. snotraddict commented 3 years ago

What will humans do when there are no jobs left?
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+2 7. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

#6 I'm sure us robots will find you something to do..oops! :S
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+2 8. ComentAtor commented 3 years ago

So another question is coming to my mind.. you all heard of the driverless car programming dilemma .. who to kill - kids on a crossing or the driver of the car if the collision is inevitable

and now i'm thinking the truck is driving a valuable shipment for a private company and somebody is in the way... hmmmm

did they upgrade me with empathy 2.0? ..