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Audi's laser tail light

(2:09) Audi presents a new safety feature, a rear light laser that illuminates the road even through thick fog.

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Guest: e53e54 (1384 days ago)
Latest comment: daytime and thick fog would make this tool useless
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MyName MyName (1385 days ago)
Well there's no point in those nice Germans inventing all these safety features, if you're just going to fall asleep at the wheel. Tsk, take regular breaks my friend, for all our sakes.
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Well there's no point in those nice Germans inventing all these safety features, if you're just going to fall asleep at the wheel. Tsk, take regular breaks my friend, for all our sakes.
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tornadodog tornadodog (1385 days ago)
would you feel happy buying a driverless car the tech is almost there for this to happen??most mod airline planes can almost fly themselves so pilots are almost not needed and 99% of the time i think it would be safe as with driverless cars but would a auto system and the hudson river plane crash ended the same with a auto system? i dont think so a auto system would have tried to land on a runway and not a river
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would you feel happy buying a driverless car the tech is almost there for this to happen??most mod airline planes can almost fly themselves so pilots are almost not needed and 99% of the time i think it would be safe as with driverless cars but would a auto system and the hudson river plane crash ended the same with a auto system? i dont think so a auto system would have tried to land on a runway and not a river
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MyName MyName (1385 days ago)
Hmm, if you'd asked me that 10, 20 years ago, I'd have said no way Jose! But as you say, the tech has come on a long way and soon, maybe, machines would probably make less mistakes than humans in most situations? (Especially motorway driving). But an override would be essential, especially in a situation like the Hudson River crash.
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Hmm, if you'd asked me that 10, 20 years ago, I'd have said no way Jose! But as you say, the tech has come on a long way and soon, maybe, machines would probably make less mistakes than humans in most situations? (Especially motorway driving). But an override would be essential, especially in a situation like the Hudson River crash.
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tornadodog tornadodog (1385 days ago)
i think machines would most of the time get it right over humans as we know many lives are lost on roads because of the bad actions of humans.but i dont think an override would be much help because the skill you once had when driving would have been lost by the use of a m/c.i also think that humans need danger in there lives thats why we speed/take risks and do dangerous things,take that away and what would we become???why do we get on a plane apart from going some place the fear of flying plays a bigger part then we think its the risk taker part of us we all have.maybe the fear of not being in control eg in an auto car maybe better then speeding or risk taking we do now.
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i think machines would most of the time get it right over humans as we know many lives are lost on roads because of the bad actions of humans.but i dont think an override would be much help because the skill you once had when driving would have been lost by the use of a m/c.i also think that humans need danger in there lives thats why we speed/take risks and do dangerous things,take that away and what would we become???why do we get on a plane apart from going some place the fear of flying plays a bigger part then we think its the risk taker part of us we all have.maybe the fear of not being in control eg in an auto car maybe better then speeding or risk taking we do now.
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MyName MyName (1385 days ago)
I think you're right, human error is mostly at fault for 'accidents'. There are some things that machines will probably never beat us at but machines are already better at distance and speed perception, which are vital for driving. Errors of judgement and concentration are what cause accidents on the roads, I'd say. I do agree though that a lot of humans like risk and without practise we get sloppy. It's a tricky one but I reckon that in time, machines will surpass us at driving abilities. I think in the future, there will be isolated incidents where a human would have done better but not often.
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I think you're right, human error is mostly at fault for 'accidents'. There are some things that machines will probably never beat us at but machines are already better at distance and speed perception, which are vital for driving. Errors of judgement and concentration are what cause accidents on the roads, I'd say. I do agree though that a lot of humans like risk and without practise we get sloppy. It's a tricky one but I reckon that in time, machines will surpass us at driving abilities. I think in the future, there will be isolated incidents where a human would have done better but not often.
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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1385 days ago)
Great idea, but strange presentation by Audi.
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Great idea, but strange presentation by Audi.
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