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Delivery van with no ‘human controls’ tested in US

Delivery van with no ‘human controls’ tested in US

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  1. There is several on going and completed driverless delivery services testing on going in the US. With Kroger I think being the largest? I may be wrong on that, but I think it’s correct.

    Automation and AI are coming, get ready for it. Next step after that is automated AI and with that a new age of human civilization. Europe is so screwed, importing so many people thinking it was going to boaster their future economies, when they should have allowed births rate to drop and AI/Automation to take over. It’s going to be a very rough few generations for Europeans.

  2. We are currently testing MayMobile here in Grand Rapids, automated shuttles on the bus path. They have a driver that can take over while the machines are learning, but are level 4 autonomous.

  3. Truckers are going to be the next coal miners mark my words.

  4. The death knell of a decent paying career for non college educated Americans.

  5. It would never make it to my house.

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