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All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)
This Week in Google 699: Blame it on the Tesla

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 162:04


Twitter Auction Complete Twitter is blocking third-party clients like Tweetbot and Twitterrific Sawyer Merritt on Twitter: "Boston Dynamics shows of their robots latest skills Tesla staged 2016 self-driving demo, says senior Autopilot engineer Twitter admits it's breaking third-party apps, cites 'long-standing API rules' Google Images Was Created Because Of Jennifer Lopez Leo's wake-up call Dozens of media companies set 2023 content deals with Twitter Free the nipple: Facebook and Instagram told to end ban on bare breasts New Study: No, Of Course Russian Twitter Trolls Didn't Impact The 2016 Election | Techdirt Saunas and cold shock Google's brief to SCOTUS on 230 Nick Cave says imitation ChatGPT song is 'a grotesque mockery of what it is to be human' Point-by-point rebuttal of that litigation Reid Hoffman makes a podcast with ChatGPT Nest cofounder's next thing: mail your dessicated food waste to him for chickenfeed Google Changelog YouTube is testing a hub of free, cable-style channels | Engadget Your Google Stadia controller won't be a paperweight after the service shuts down | Engadget Google plans AirTag clone, will track devices with 3 billion Android phones Google Translate now supports 33 new languages offline Fitbit step and heart rate data is appearing in Google Fit ChromeOS 109 rolling out with a tweak to how Android apps launch Google's bringing new features to older versions of Android Android Auto redesign rolling out draggable seek bar in music apps Google Discover rolls out three-column UI ahead of Pixel Tablet Android 13 is running on 5.2% of all devices five months after launch We like this compost bin Govee Smart Kettle State Dept phases out Times Roman in favor of 14 pt Calibri I'd Like to Play Alone, Please: Essays by Tom Segura Marshawn Lynch Shows Kevin Hart Beast Mode In The Cold Tubs Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, Stacey Higginbotham, and Ant Pruitt Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-google. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsor: acilearning.com

The Daily Zeitgeist
ACAB Includes Mounties, Tesla Autopilot Video Fraud 01.19.23

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 67:41


In episode 1404, Jack and Miles are joined by host of Smart Mouth, Katherine Spiers, to discuss… How Low Can George Santos Devolder Anthony Macchiato Go? Shockingly, It Turns Out That Tesla's Autopilot Demo Was Faked, I'm Shocked. Dolly Parton Is Really Making That Rock Album, Sorry Jeopardy--Mounties Are Trash and more! How Low Can George Santos Devolder Anthony Macchiato Go? Shockingly, It Turns Out That Tesla's Autopilot Demo Was Faked. I'm Shocked. Dolly Parton Is Really Making That Rock Album Dolly Parton adds new baking mixes to Duncan Hines lineup Dolly Parton is working on a rock album — but says she has "no intention" to "ever tour again" Dolly Parton Says Her Rock Album Will Feature Paul McCartney, Stevie Nicks, Pink, and More Legends Sorry Jeopardy, Mounties Are Trash The RCMP was created to control Indigenous people. Can that relationship be reset? Sports World Reacts To Embarrassing Celebrity Jeopardy! Moment As the RCMP deny systemic racism, here's the real history You know the Canadian myth about Mounties always getting their man? How To Eat LA: howtoeatla.com LISTEN: Light My Fire by Lloyd PriceSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Breaking Points with Krystal and Saagar
1/19/23: Trump Returns to Social Media, Twitter Loses 40% Revenue, Tesla Engineer Calls Out Self Driving, Tech Layoffs Continue, Zelensky at Davos, CNN on Covid Deaths, China's Birth Rate, Tax the Rich Legislation, Ken Roth on Harvard Blocked Fellowship

Breaking Points with Krystal and Saagar

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 94:38


Krystal and Saagar discuss Trump's planned return to Facebook and Twitter, a loss of 40% revenue and top 500 advertisers on the Twitter platform, a Tesla engineer claiming the 2016 self driving video was faked, Microsoft and other massive tech layoffs, Zelensky speaking at Davos World Economic Forum, CNN's Dr. Leana Wen admits the U.S. has been dramatically overcounting Covid deaths, a look into China's disastrous birth rate and what it means for their future, new legislation introduced to Tax the Rich is met with a pity party by the ultra-wealthy, and an exclusive interview with the former Executive Director of Human Rights Watch Kenneth Roth who's fellowship at Harvard was blocked over Israel. (Editors note after our interview with Ken, news broke that the Kennedy School has reversed its decision: https://twitter.com/Bencjacobs/status/1616098772806782977?s=20&t=SwaY60EfPcwHNJbpFQJsAA) To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.supercast.com/ To listen to Breaking Points as a podcast, check them out on Apple and Spotify Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/breaking-points-with-krystal-and-saagar/id1570045623   Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4Kbsy61zJSzPxNZZ3PKbXl   Merch: https://breaking-points.myshopify.com/ AUSTIN LIVE SHOW FEB 3RD Tickets: https://tickets.austintheatre.org/9053/9054 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3486 - Corvette Reveals E-Ray; EV Drivers Need to Pay More Road Fees; Tesla Staged Self-Driving Promotion Video

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 11:13


- Tesla Engineer: Company Staged Self-Driving Promotion Video - GM Appeals Racketeering Case Against FCA To Supreme Court - Virginia Governor Scraps Ford and CATL Battery Plant - Corvette Reveals E-Ray Hybrid - New Hyundai Kona Powertrain Details - German BMW Owners Can Watch Soccer in Their Car - U.S. Insurance Rates See Biggest Jump in Six Years - Automakers Commit to Invest $210 Billion In EVs In the U.S. - Tesla Orders Spike in China After Price Cuts - Study Says EV Drivers Need to Pay More Road Fees

Autoline Daily
AD #3486 - Corvette Reveals E-Ray; EV Drivers Need to Pay More Road Fees; Tesla Staged Self-Driving Promotion Video

Autoline Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 11:13


- Tesla Engineer: Company Staged Self-Driving Promotion Video - GM Appeals Racketeering Case Against FCA To Supreme Court - Virginia Governor Scraps Ford and CATL Battery Plant - Corvette Reveals E-Ray Hybrid - New Hyundai Kona Powertrain Details - German BMW Owners Can Watch Soccer in Their Car - U.S. Insurance Rates See Biggest Jump in Six Years - Automakers Commit to Invest $210 Billion In EVs In the U.S. - Tesla Orders Spike in China After Price Cuts - Study Says EV Drivers Need to Pay More Road Fees

The Turing Podcast
Where next for self-driving vehicles?

The Turing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 34:40


Join Aoife and Torty as they chat with Professor Sarah Sharples about the current state of technology and AI around driverless vehicles. Sarah (chief scientific advisor for the department for transport) recently did a Turing lecture at the Royal Institution, discussing the topic. In this podcast, she'll be answering a range of different questions from the evening.

The Road to Autonomy
Episode 122 | Travel Centers of the Future, A Conversation with John Tully, Pilot Flying J

The Road to Autonomy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 29:09


John Tully, Vice President of Strategy and Business Development, Pilot Flying J joined Grayson Brulte on The Road to Autonomy Podcast to discuss how Pilot Flying J is developing the travel centers of the future.The conversation begins with John discussing how Pilot Flying J will continue to prosper as Bloomberg New Energy Finance is projecting that road fuel demand will peak in 2027. Simply stated, our job is to provide the fuel, the amenities, for our customers where they want it. – John TullyWhether its gas, diesel, hydrogen or electric, Pilot Flying J will be providing their customers with the right fuel for their vehicle. For the professional over-the-road drivers, the company provides food, showers, parking and Wi-Fi. Over the next three years, Pilot Flying J will be investing over one billion dollars to upgrade the stores and the amenities offered to drivers and customers. In addition to upgrading the stores and amenities, Pilot Flying J is upgrading the infrastructure to support electric vehicles and electric heavy-duty trucks. The EV infrastructure is being rolled out across 500 locations with 2,000 charging stalls through a partnership with GM and EVGo. We are approaching this to try and help answer as a collective, with Pilot as part of that collective the range anxiety question. We are not just doing this where the highest utilization is, we are doing it where we can connect via the corridor urban areas to urban areas. – John TullyAs part of the rollout of EV charging stations, Pilot Flying J is focused on uptime. They want to ensure that when you show up, the chargers are online, working and convenient.We are putting in 350kw chargers with two hoses with the idea of being able to provide that premium service for our customers. – John TullyFor trucks, Pilot has a partnership with the Volvo Group to build a charging network for medium and heavy-duty electric trucks. While the partnerships with GM, EVGo and Volvo Group might seem exclusive, they are are not. The charging infrastructure being installed will be open to all drivers. What we are trying to do is setup an ecosystem that works for all of our customers. – John TullyIn addition to leaning into the future with fuels, Pilot Flying J is leaning into the future of autonomous trucks through an investment in Kodiak Robotics. As part of the investment in Kodiak, John joined the board. One of the defining factors of the investment was Kodiak's culture and how it aligns with the Pilot Flying J culture. We think that autonomous trucking is solving a real problem that exists. We think that it is something that lives alongside our existing fleet customers and the drivers. Drivers are super core to us. It's how can we continue to provide and improve what we are doing for our drivers while also looking ahead and seeing where our customers are heading and make sure that we can provide part of those solutions for the autonomous world as well. – John TullyWrapping up the conversation, John shares his insights into Pilot Flying J's long-term strategy of fueling life's journeys. Follow The Road To Autonomy on Apple PodcastsFollow The Road To Autonomy on LinkedInFollow The Road To Autonomy on TwitterRecorded on Tuesday December 6, 2022See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Digital Planet
Self-driving cars could be a massive source of global carbon emissions

Digital Planet

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 49:41


MIT researchers have concluded in a new study that computers that power self-driving cars could generate as many greenhouse gas emissions as the total of the world's data centres do today. We've reported many times on the huge carbon footprint of data centres as well as the massive amounts of electricity needed to run them. They currently account for 0.3% of global greenhouse gas emissions – a similar level to Argentina - according to the International Energy Agency. The models created show that 1 billion autonomous vehicles, driving for one hour a day each, need a computer consuming 840 watts. These would consume enough energy to generate similar emissions as data centres currently do. Lead author Soumya Sudhakar joins us on the show to explain how hardware efficiency will need to advance rapidly to avoid these high levels of emissions. Brazil's antisocial media Following last week's events in Brasilia we look at the role social media played in the violence by far-right protestors. Angelica Mari, and activist and researcher Bruna Martins dos Santos who specialises in the Politics of Digitalization discuss if President Lula's new government can reclaim the social media space and curb the spread of far right disinformation. Getting South Africa connected – a new initiative Last week we heard from one of our listeners about how he tries to stay online during power shortages in Ukraine following Russian air strikes. Another country that is significantly affected by energy shortages is South Africa. In addition, getting a reliable internet connection is also very hard. The government has announced that it's going to spend over 160 million dollars over the next three years creating 33,000 community Wi-Fi hotspots as well as investing in improving IT skills across the population. Our reporter Rani Singh has been looking at how this might be achieved… The programme is presented by Gareth Mitchell with expert commentary from Angelica Mari. Studio Manager: Michael Millham Producer: Ania Lichtarowicz (Image: Stylised car icon. Credit: Smartboy10/Getty Images)

Virgin Mornings with Adam Wylde & TJ
The Chainsmokers Tea, Self-Driving Cars, and Jax Drinks Too Much Water

Virgin Mornings with Adam Wylde & TJ

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 33:54


Today on Virgin Mornings, Adam and Jax discuss the Chainsmokers spill some tea about their early fame days on the "Call Her Daddy" podcast saying they used to get a little too intimate with themselves & their fans... (4:26) there's a viral video of someone who is suspected to be sleeping while his Tesla is self-driving (7:52) and we're worried Jax is drinking too much water & so we called a doctor (19:52)   Listen to Virgin Mornings every weekday from 5:30am - 10am on 99.9 Virgin Radio Toronto. Catch Ghosted on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 8am!

Electrify News Podcast
Episode 270: Self-Driving Cars Lose, The VW I.D Buzz Wins in Europe & What You Need To Understand About Evs

Electrify News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 42:27


Matt and Jo are back for this podcast episode. First, they discuss the self-driving car program, the degree to which the wheels have fallen off, and some possible solutions to revive it.  Next, they discuss the new Ram1500, the VW I.D. Buzz and other new EVs  that are making their debut. Then they discuss how consumers view the EV space, how consumers can make an EV fit into their life today, and what the overall ownership experience of an EV is like.----FOLLOW:InstagramTwitterFacebookWebsite-----PRODUCED BY:Lagos Creative

Chewing the Fat with Jeff Fisher
No Evidence… | Guest: Joshua Browder | 1/11/23

Chewing the Fat with Jeff Fisher

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 47:32


Self-Driving isn't really… FAA shuts down flights… VP urinates on lady in flight… Spare is a best seller… California getting some rain… Golden Globes… Email chewingthefat@theblaze.com ... www.blazetv.com/jeffy ...Promo code Jeffy... Mega Millions goes up… Listener emails… Guest: Joshua Browder... CEO & Founder www.dontpay.com ...Robot Lawyer… Microsoft VALL-E… Tweet thread on stolen lunch   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Road to Autonomy
Episode 121 | Destination Electric Vehicle Charging, A Conversation with Mike Doucleff, Schneider Electric

The Road to Autonomy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 30:58


Mike Doucleff, Senior Vice President & Global Head of eMobility Division, Schneider Electric joined Grayson Brulte on The Road to Autonomy Podcast to discuss destination electric vehicle charging solutions. The conversation begins with Mike sharing his opinion on the current state of the electric vehicle industry. We are really starting to enter the S curve of EV adoption. – Mike DoucleffIn Q3 2022, global passenger electric vehicle sales grew 73% to 2.9 million units. For the entire year, it is estimated by Bloomberg that global EV sales were 10.3 million units. While EV sales are growing, the issue of charger reliability is also growing and it is beginning to create anxiety, which could lead to a decline in new EV sales. To overcome charging anxiety, more destination charging has to come online as it is more convenient and cost effective. It's 20% to 50% cheaper to charge when you have a connection to a home or a building then it is in public. – Mike DoucleffAt the center of destination charging will be energy management solutions. Energy management solutions will become crucial as destination charging comes online at multi-family housing units and commercial buildings. When you install an EV charger at your home or multiple chargers in your building you need to revisit the entire electrical distribution and energy management, because you are bringing new loads. You are bringing new loads to your home and you are bringing new loads to your building. – Mike DoucleffThis is where Schneider Electric shines as they are leaning into the future of energy by providing connected energy solutions to their customers. Energy management systems will become the defacto standard in the future as energy demand is growing globally. The future is going to be integrated with home energy management systems, it's going to be integrated in buildings with building management systems. – Mike DoucleffTo prepare for an all-electric future, consumers have to build awareness that electric vehicles are convenient and they do not have to be charged everyday in certain circumstances. Wrapping up the conversation, Mike shares his thoughts on what the future of destination EV charging will look like as the technology evolves. Follow The Road To Autonomy on Apple PodcastsFollow The Road To Autonomy on LinkedInFollow The Road To Autonomy on TwitterRecorded on Thursday, December 8, 2022See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Local Maximum
Ep. 260 - New Year Predictions: Generative AI, Self Driving Cars, and Web3

The Local Maximum

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 74:09


Max and Aaron start off the New Year with a predictions show for the short, medium, and long term outlook for technical advances. Today's episode focuses on generative AI and self driving cars. Probability Distribution of the Week: Continuous Uniform Distribution

Living Electric
Wireless charging EVs, self-driving, and the future of EV tech!

Living Electric

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 40:48


On this week's episode, Brandan & Alex dive into some EV tech that is touted as the “future of EVs”. Which ones are true, which ones have flaws, and where are EVs headed? Living Electric Merch is here! https://sibs-shop.com/collections/living-electric-podcast Want to hear something on a future episode? Shoot us a message on social media! Twitter: https://twitter.com/LivingElectric_ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LivingElectricPodcast/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/living-electric/message

Sana G Morning Show On Demand
Self Driving Stroller? Nah, Do Some Parenting!

Sana G Morning Show On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 25:45


You here for this stroller that you don't even have to push? Sheesh parenting just keeps getting easier and easier huh? Plus, one thing that a black mother is not, and lunar new year kicks off early in the Bay this weekend.

Kincaid & Dallas
THE SELF DRIVING CARRIAGE AND AUNTIE AMANDA

Kincaid & Dallas

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 3:23


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Down Round
#44 - Tesla: Full Self Driving Fail Compilation 2023

Down Round

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 31:17


In the wake of Tesla's huge stock price drop, Down Round discusses: is the company all that? Or is it going to be smoked by Volkswagen?Happy New Year, and apologies for another episode about Elon Musk. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit downround.substack.com/subscribe

Self-Driving Cars: Dr. Lance Eliot

AI Insider and self-driving car industry guru, Dr. Lance Eliot explains rain and self-driving cars. See his website www.ai-selfdriving-cars.guru for further information.

The Business Method Podcast: High-Performance & Entrepreneurship
HP#139 ~ The Defining Moment of a $5 BILLION Self-Driving Semi-Truck Company

The Business Method Podcast: High-Performance & Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 4:48


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The Road to Autonomy
Episode 120 | Scaling Electric Vehicle Fleet Charging, A Conversation with Matt Horton, Voltera

The Road to Autonomy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 43:58


Matt Horton, CEO, Voltera joined Grayson Brulte on The Road to Autonomy Podcast to discuss scaling electric vehicle fleet charging. The conversation begins with Matt discussing a Bloomberg Intelligence report that states there needs to be at least $42 billion in EV charging infrastructureinvestments by the end of the decade to keep up with the projected electric vehicle adoption. I think in fact we may even need to deploy more capital and do it more quickly to really meet the demand that we are seeing from customers. – Matt HortonIn order to succeed in the charging business, you have to have a real estate strategy that has to have the right locations that both consumers and fleet operators want to charge their vehicles. The challenge is not all of these locations have current access to the power needed to charge EVs at scale. A big part of the challenge ahead of us is fundamentally rewiring the grid to deliver power where it's going to be needed for transportation uses, not just for commercial, residential, and industrial. – Matt HortonThis is where Voltera comes into the picture as they are working with utilities, acquiring real estate and developing turnkey sites for commercial EV fleet charging operations. Voltera has deep experience in this model, as the company was spun out of EdgeConneX in 2009. This is the same year that Facebook first built their own data center in Oregon. The significance of this milestone is that the EV fleet charging business will mimic the rollout of corporate data centers for cloud operations built and operated by 3rd parties.Today large fleet owners want to develop their own charging centers, instead of relying on 3rd parties. This approach is capital intensive and limits fleet operators ability to scale. Comparing and contrasting to data centers, this approach is a pre-cloud approach. When the cloud scaled, start-ups such as Netflix, Uber and Airbnb were able to build businesses and scale without having to own and operate their own data centers, saving them an immense amount of capital. There really are a lot of important lessons that the charging industry can learn from the digital infrastructure space, from wireless telecom, from data centers, and we want to deploy a lot of that learning and a lot of the approach to really build charging right so that it will be reliable and cost effective. – Matt HortonLarge EV fleet operators are choosing Voltera to be their charging partner because to do it on your own is time consuming and capital intensive. The risk to Voltera from a capital investment standpoint is limited as charging is a key element for EV fleet operators being able to operate their business. Today we are not having any problem getting customers to sign up to very long-term contracts, because they are just like we are, they are making a long-term commitment to electrifying the business. – Matt HortonIn addition to EV fleet operators, Voltera is starting to see interest from Class-8 truck operators as they look to electrify their fleets. To source the energy that will be needed to charge Class-8 trucks, Voltera is developing power procurement strategy. While developing a power procurement strategy, one has to take into account power distribution and timing.In most places in the country there isn't a challenge of power production, it's more a challenge of power distribution and timing. – Matt HortonIt's not just EV fleet operators and Class-8 truck operators which are electrifying, it is also autonomous vehicle operators. The value proposition for Voltera is clear, they own and manage the real estate and charging while their customers focus on their core business of transportation. Wrapping up the conversation, Matt shares his thoughts on how he sees EV charging evolving. Follow The Road To Autonomy on Apple PodcastsFollow The Road To Autonomy on LinkedInFollow The Road To Autonomy on TwitterRecorded on Tuesday, November 29, 2022See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Road to Autonomy
Episode 119 | Open Autonomy, A Conversation with Paul Newman, Oxbotica and Andrew Pyne, Wenco International Mining Systems

The Road to Autonomy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 58:03


Paul Newman, Founder, Oxbotica and Andrew Pyne, President & CEO, Wenco International Mining Systems joined Grayson Brulte on The Road to Autonomy Podcast to discuss their partnership and open autonomy. The conversation begins with Paul discussing the founding of Oxbotica in 2014 and his thoughts on applying autonomy to the mining sector.The economics made a ton of sense, it's important, it's doable technically, the business case is made and if I am honest, it's an epically awesome industry. – Paul NewmanIn May 2019, Wenco and parent company Hitachi Construction Machinery became the first company to announce support for open autonomy. Wenco made this decision based on feedback from customers as they wanted to continue to use Hitachi excavators, and not be forced to switch to a new closed autonomous stack solution. Customers really want to have choice and what we are enabling them to do is actually to have that choice. Whether that is to use the Hitachi excavator, the Wenco technology or even some of our competitor technologies. – Andrew PyneThe open autonomy approach is allowing Hitachi's customers to save money and keep control of their operations. The partnership between Wenco and Oxbotica works because it is a relationship that is built on mutual trust and respect. It's this trust that allows for a maximum amount of flexibility when applying autonomy to mining operations around the world. It's been and I am not making a false statement here, the most comfortable collaboration that I have been involved with in my time. – Andrew PynePaul feels the same way about the relationship. When there is mutual trust and respect between the partners, the customers win and that is exactly what is happening with Wenco and Oxbotica's customers.One of our leadership principles is to be a learn it all. It's the antithesis of a know it all. – Paul NewmanWhen open autonomy is applied to mining operations, operators can save millions in terms of the cost of labor which is roughly calculated at $1 million per haul truck. The high-cost of labor is one of the driving factors that is driving the adoption of autonomy in Western Australian mines. To scale, Wenco and Oxbotica have created a Global Mining Group to define SAE Level 5 autonomy for any ISO 23725 open Drive-by-Wire standard. This standard benefits the industry as it creates an environment where other companies can enter the industry. Wenco views this as a positive as the company takes a long-term view approach to business. If there is a standard by which you must have an interface to comply, it's only ever a win. Only ever a win. – Paul NewmanAs the technology is deployed in mines around the world, Wenco is focused on high-value use cases that can scale. Autonomy is resonating with miners because they are innovative and looking for solutions that can allow them to grow their businesses. Miners are innovative. They are very keen to try and look for new innovations because they are compromised. – Andrew PyneWrapping up the conversation, Paul and Andrew discuss how they see the relationship between Oxbotica and Wenco growing and evolving over the next decade.Follow The Road To Autonomy on Apple PodcastsFollow The Road To Autonomy on LinkedInFollow The Road To Autonomy on TwitterRecorded on Thursday, November 17, 2022See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Big Daddies Podcast
Episode 249: Self Driving Cars and Horror Movies

The Big Daddies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 33:11


In this episode Mike and Matt discuss the crazy experience Mike had riding in a self driving car, and Matt's experience stumbling into a horror movie set. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/big-daddies/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/big-daddies/support

The Road to Autonomy
Episode 118 | Nothing Runs Like an Autonomous Deere, A Conversation with Igino Cafiero, Bear Flag Robotics

The Road to Autonomy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 33:54


Igino Cafiero, CEO & Co-Founder, Bear Flag Robotics joined Grayson Brulte on The Road to Autonomy Podcast to discuss autonomous tractors, the technology's benefits to farmers and the acquisition of Bear Flag by John Deere. The conversation begins with Igino discussing what it has been like since John Deere acquired Bear Flag Robotics in August 2021 and what the impact has been to date. One of the most impactful things has been how we have been able to really just accelerate the technology development that Bear Flag has been working on, and have a means to have this actually have the impact in the world that we have always wanted it to have and that has been possible with Deere. – Igino CafieroTogether Bear Flag and Deere are complementing each other as they enable and accelerate autonomous tractor operations. Deere has made a very significant and bold investment in the Autonomous 8R, which was announced at CES earlier this year. It has had a remarkably successful season in the field this year, and one of the ways that Bear Flag is complementing that is by pointing our efforts towards autonomy in orchards. – Igino CafieroBy enabling and accelerating autonomy, farmers will benefit as the economics of the farm will no longer be limited by a growing labor shortage. There is this massive labor shortage that farmers are facing and it is perhaps most acute in these markets that we are focused on in California for high-value crops. There is this misconception in agriculture that there is this infinite line, sort of workers available on the farm. That just couldn't be further from the truth. So complementary technologies such as autonomy will continue to help farmers and also drive sales for John Deere. – Igino CafieroAutonomous tractors will make farmers more profitable as they are able to fully utilize the land and optimize their operations. When Igino co-founded Bear Flag he focused on recurring revenue on day one because the company had to demonstrate to investors that the technology would work and that they had a product market fit.We developed this service go-to-market, where growers would pay for the work that was actually done. – Igino CafieroThe recurring revenue model validated to investors that the technology worked and that farmers would pay for the autonomous tractor service. In the early days of Bear Flag, when Igino met with farmers to discuss their technology and operations the conversations were based around the cost efficiency of using autonomous tractors as a service. The model allowed farmers to use their best employees in other areas of the farm while the autonomous tractor focused on tillage. When it came to determine the best way to price the service, Bear Flag ultimately chose a model that would benefit farmers. Ultimately what was obvious in hindsight is we just charged per acre. We said, you pay us when you are happy with the job. – Igino CafieroToday as part of Deere, Bear Flag is focusing on building highly reliable autonomous software that will help farmers due their job more efficiently. Deere is going to scale autonomous tractors as John May, CEO of Deere stated the following during analyst meetings with J.P. Morgan in September 2022. Going forward every John Deere tractor will be autonomous-ready with the necessary computing power. – John May, CEO of Deere & Company (John Deere)Bear Flag will play a vital role in Deere's autonomy strategy as the technology scales and farmers implement autonomous tractors on farms around the world. Wrapping up the conversation, Igino discusses what he is looking to forward to accomplishing at Deere over the next decade. Follow The Road To Autonomy on Apple PodcastsFollow The Road To Autonomy on LinkedInFollow The Road To Autonomy on TwitterRecorded on Friday November 11, 2022See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Life Possible with a Disability
Episode 41: Michele Lee with Cruise Self-Driving Cars

Life Possible with a Disability

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 18:58


In Episode 41 I interview Michele Lee who currently works for Cruise Marketing, Inc., the first self-driving ride share service. Cruise prides themselves being a company that puts safety, sustainability, and inclusivity first!  Cruise currently transports hundreds of in the San Francisco area and will be expanding to Austin Texas soon.Michele is a passionate advocate for people living with a disabilities living in Chicago. In 2003 Michele was in a car accident that resulted in a C5/6 complete spinal cord injury. Michele uses a power wheelchair for mobility.Michele realized shortly after becoming a wheelchair user the world has a long way to go when it comes to accessibility and decided to do something about it. Michele is a member of the United Spinal Technology Assistance Group, which is where we first met. Michele explains her role with Cruise and the project they are working on to put the first driverless accessible car on the roads. A lack of accessible transportation is one of the biggest problems the disability community has today. Michele and Cruise are working to make the world more disability inclusive! I hope you enjoy!Michele Lee is a Senior Public Affairs Manager focused on Accessibility at Cruise, a self driving car service. In this role she cultivates relationships with key advocates, community organizations, and experts representing the full diversity of the disability community to build a more accessible AV service. Michele is quadriplegic and has used a power wheelchair for almost twenty years after a spinal cord injury from a motor vehicle accident. Combining a professional background in corporate and nonprofit organizations with a long passion for disability rights advocacy she is working towards an equitable accessible transportation future.                                     Cruise website: https://getcruise.com/Cruise Accessibility: https://getcruise.com/support/accessibility/Thank for Listening! Follow me on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @LifePossibleKR. Here is my Linktree! https://linktr.ee/lifepossiblekr If you are enjoying the content or have feedback send me a message. I would love to hear from you! Karen

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!
TMS 2392: Meth on the Cob

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 95:00


Only murders in the dungeon. Who Goes Out To Get A Salad?Clowns to the left of me, Jokers to the right. Self Driving in the middle with you. Stupid Giant Fruit-Loop. KFC stands for Kill for Corn. Try Food Poisoning At Least Once. Is Laurie a Male Name? Flannel-Clad Schmoes. Bobby Franken-Subtitute. Peepoo are Human Beans. Empty Cavities with Amy and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

The Morning Stream
TMS 2392: Meth on the Cob

The Morning Stream

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 95:00


Only murders in the dungeon. Who Goes Out To Get A Salad?Clowns to the left of me, Jokers to the right. Self Driving in the middle with you. Stupid Giant Fruit-Loop. KFC stands for Kill for Corn. Try Food Poisoning At Least Once. Is Laurie a Male Name? Flannel-Clad Schmoes. Bobby Franken-Subtitute. Peepoo are Human Beans. Empty Cavities with Amy and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

Lehto's Law
Tesla: Full Self Driving Was Not a Promise but an 'Aspiration'

Lehto's Law

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 13:41


The concept appears in legal filings in California. www.patreon.com/stevelehto

The Business Method Podcast: High-Performance & Entrepreneurship
Ep.553 ~ Two Guys in Their 20's Built a $5 BILLION Self-Driving Trucking Company ~ Alex Rodrigues

The Business Method Podcast: High-Performance & Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 63:44


Our guest is a 26-year old innovator and entrepreneur who is the co-founder of the $5 Billion self-driving semi-truck company in the world, Embark Trucks. His name is Alex Rodrigues and his company Embark is setting a precedent for self-driving semi-truck around the world.   Alex is going to talk with us about building this company and changing the world, one self-driving semi-truck at a time   02:04    Micro-High Performance Episodes 02:46    Events and Trips For Entrepreneurs 03:38    Seasoned Business Minds Group 04:12    Guest Introduction 05:22   The Platform Agnostic Design Trucks 06:23  An Average 26 year old with a Huge Company that's Changing the World 10:08   Robotics World Championship 12:43   Bedtime Business Journal 15:44  The Passion for Creating Value for People 19:02  Alex's Realization to Build a Business with a Self-Driving Truck 22:09  The 333 Business Idea Philosophy 27:09  Dropping Out of College to Build Something 29:03  Y Combinator Experience 33:52  Setting Business Strategy and Call Bullsh*t 35:29  Maintaining Business Relationship and Friendship 39:21   Embark Trucking  Business Phases 42:40  The Truck Transfer Program 47:30  Alex's Day-to Day Routine 50:16  The Unique Technology of Embark 55:45  Rule of Thumb when a Successful Company Goes Live in Public   Contact Info: https://embarktrucks.com/   Subscribe to the Podcast:  

The State of Us
Boomer Rides in a Self-Driving EV - Should You Buy One?

The State of Us

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 38:51


Should you buy an electric vehicle in 2023? Lance recaps his experience in a self-driving electric car and details what is new, what is the same, and what is better about EVs. tags: tsou, justin weller, lance jackson, car, driving, self, tesla, GM, ford, 2023, future

The Signal Daily
Apple's Self-Driving Car Is Taking A Backseat

The Signal Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 8:42


It looks like Apple is scaling back on its ambitious dreams. According to a Bloomberg report, the company is opting for a more practical design for both its automated self-driving car and AR glasses. The ‘Apple Car' will have a steering wheel and pedals after all, while the AR glasses will now be mixed reality glasses. But why the pragmatic approach? In this episode, we are joined by our in-house expert on all things related to Apple — Rajneil Kamath, co-founder of The Signal. In our intro segment we take a look at the issues that are on the agenda at the first G20 Finance and Central Bank Deputies meeting that has commenced from today in Bengaluru. Tune in to The Signal Daily!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Road to Autonomy
Episode 117 | Creating the Cruise Origin, A Conversation with Jason Fischer, GM

The Road to Autonomy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 42:20


Jason Fischer, Executive Chief Engineer, Autonomous Vehicles, GM joined Grayson Brulte on The Road to Autonomy Podcast to discuss the creation of the Cruise Origin and how GM is going to manufacturer and scale the Origin. The conversation begins with Jason discussing how important the Cruise Origin is to GM's autonomous vehicle plans. The Cruise Origin is incredibly important to GM's autonomous plans. We believe that at General Motors we're pursuing what we believe is the most comprehensive path to autonomous mobility in the entire industry. – Jason FischerAs the Origin was developed the team took away a lot of learnings from the Bolt AV. The Bolt AV laid the foundation for GM to develop the Cruise Origin in a scaleable manner. The Bolt AV really sets the foundation for us to be able to quickly put the Cruise Origin out in a scaleable manner. The Bolt AV is kind of our learning opportunity before we expand the Cruise Origin. – Jason FischerIn order to be able to scale, you have to have world-class manufacturing facilities and this is exactly what GM and Cruise are doing with the Origin. The Origin is being manufactured at the GM's Factory ZERO plant in Detroit. Cruise is tapping into GM's heritage of building world-class vehicles that are reliable and safe. This becomes a competitive advantage for Cruise as the company scales operations around the world.GM has a 100 year history of making great products and you see them on the road every day. We haven't wavered from that, especially from a safety perspective. We haven't wavered from that when we bring these autonomous vehicles out. – Jason FischerAs Cruise prepares to deploy the Origins on public roads, one of the key ways that Cruise is going to be able to build and maintain trust with the public is GM. As the public will know that the vehicle was built by world-class engineers on an assembly line that prioritizes safety. Prior to deploying an Origin on public roads, the vehicle will go through the same safety validation that each and every GM vehicle goes through in addition to a complete system-wide software and sensor validation. We're not cutting any corners. That's not the way GM does work. It's always going to be safe deployment. It's always going to be customer safety first. – Jason FischerWhen a consumer first steps into the Cruise Origin it will be an inviting experience that welcomes you to walk into the vehicle. Through the use of light and color, Cruise has designed the vehicle in a manner that makes it easy to understand how to put your seat belt on and start the ride.Inviting is really the word that I think of when I think of the Cruise Origin and how it's going to interact with the customer. – Jason FischerFor the business of autonomous ride-sharing to truly operate at peak performance, up-time of the vehicle will be mission critical. Cruise has a developed an operating range metric which will allow operations to be opportunistic as when to charge the vehicle. The autonomous vehicle industry can learn a lot from the airline industry and this exactly what Cruise is putting into practice by hiring airline executives to develop and implement the operations strategy. Very similar to fuselage that airlines use to move passengers around the world, GM developed the Cruise Origin to last for a long time. Our strategy was, we want the body to last as long as it possibly can. Our body right now from a structural perspective will last over a million miles. – Jason FischerGM has taken a very aggressive stance towards autonomy and embraced it throughout the entire company. It's a strategy that has allowed Cruise to flourish and one that will allow Cruise to scale operations around the world. Innovations come to GM to live. – Jason FischerAs we move into the future GM will keep innovating as the company is committed to introducing and deploying a personal-owned autonomous vehicle by the end of the decade. Wrapping up the conversation, Jason shares his thoughts on the future of autonomous vehicles. The future of autonomous is endless. We are just starting to scratch the surface. – Jason FischerFollow The Road To Autonomy on Apple PodcastsFollow The Road To Autonomy on LinkedInFollow The Road To Autonomy on TwitterRecorded on Tuesday, November 1, 2022See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Today in Manufacturing
Vehicles Gone in 2023; Rubik's Inventor; Saving Car Radios | Today in Manufacturing Ep. 97

Today in Manufacturing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 70:05


Editor's note: Click here to subscribe to the podcast.This episode is sponsored by Bright Machines, a manufacturing technology company pioneering intelligent, software-defined automation for electronics assembly. It leverages a full-stack approach to fundamentally change the flexibility, scalability, and economics of production. Bright Machines is reimagining how products can be designed and produced to address the realities of today and the future ahead. To learn more visit: https://www.brightmachines.com/contact-us/The Today in Manufacturing Podcast is brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net and Industrial Equipment News (IEN). In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:- The Vehicle Models that Won't Return for 2023- The Man Who Invented the Rubik's Cube Celebrates Lasting Puzzle- Lawmaker Calls for Saving the Car Radio- Pentagon Debuts Its New Stealth Bomber, the B-21 Raider- Tesla Delivers Electric Semis to PepsiCo at Nevada FactoryIn Case You Missed It- Missing Hardware Could Lead to Catastrophic Helicopter Failures- Novel Spray Deploys Billions of 'Tiny Soldiers'- Monarch's Self-Driving, Electric Tractor Please make sure to like, subscribe and share the podcast. You could also help us out a lot by giving the podcast a positive review. Finally, to email the podcast, you can reach any of us at David, Jeff, Andy or Anna [at] ien.com, with “Email the Podcast” in the subject line.

The Secret History of the Future
What Next TBD: San Francisco's Self-Driving Mess

The Secret History of the Future

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 31:51


Self-driving cars and robotaxis are starting to appear on the streets of San Francisco. While we have a whole regulatory system in place for drivers, who's making sure these new cars are safe? Guest: David Zipper, Visiting Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School's Taubman Center for State and Local Government Host: Lizzie O'Leary If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next TBD. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thrilling Tales of Modern Capitalism
What Next TBD: San Francisco's Self-Driving Mess

Thrilling Tales of Modern Capitalism

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 31:51


Self-driving cars and robotaxis are starting to appear on the streets of San Francisco. While we have a whole regulatory system in place for drivers, who's making sure these new cars are safe? Guest: David Zipper, Visiting Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School's Taubman Center for State and Local Government Host: Lizzie O'Leary If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next TBD. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

If Then | News on technology, Silicon Valley, politics, and tech policy

Self-driving cars and robotaxis are starting to appear on the streets of San Francisco. While we have a whole regulatory system in place for drivers, who's making sure these new cars are safe? Guest: David Zipper, Visiting Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School's Taubman Center for State and Local Government Host: Lizzie O'Leary If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next TBD. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Slate Daily Feed
What Next TBD: San Francisco's Self-Driving Mess

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 31:51


Self-driving cars and robotaxis are starting to appear on the streets of San Francisco. While we have a whole regulatory system in place for drivers, who's making sure these new cars are safe? Guest: David Zipper, Visiting Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School's Taubman Center for State and Local Government Host: Lizzie O'Leary If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next TBD. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Wheel Bearings
Not Full Self-Driving

Wheel Bearings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022


This week, Nicole is still in Europe with her husband so the boys are at it again. Robbie went to Las Vegas to drive the McLaren Artura and Sam also had a vehicle with four wheels and a steering wheel, the Toyota Rav4 Adventure. Sam also got to try out the Tesla Full Self-Driving beta… Read More »Not Full Self-Driving

Shift: A podcast about mobility
Aurora's Kendra Phillips writes the playbook for self-driving truck service

Shift: A podcast about mobility

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 33:30


The vice president of service delivery for self-driving tech company Aurora Innovation explains how autonomy can help double the utilization rates in trucking and what it takes behind the scenes to run a self-driving operation.

Trumpcast
What Next TBD: San Francisco's Self-Driving Mess

Trumpcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 31:51


Self-driving cars and robotaxis are starting to appear on the streets of San Francisco. While we have a whole regulatory system in place for drivers, who's making sure these new cars are safe? Guest: David Zipper, Visiting Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School's Taubman Center for State and Local Government Host: Lizzie O'Leary If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next TBD. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

What Next | Daily News and Analysis
TBD | San Francisco's Self-Driving Mess

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 31:51


Self-driving cars and robotaxis are starting to appear on the streets of San Francisco. While we have a whole regulatory system in place for drivers, who's making sure these new cars are safe? Guest: David Zipper, Visiting Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School's Taubman Center for State and Local Government Host: Lizzie O'Leary If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next TBD. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Road to Autonomy
Episode 116 | From Range Anxiety to Charging Anxiety, A Conversation with Russ Mitchell, LA Times

The Road to Autonomy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 36:28


Russ Mitchell who covers the rapidly changing global auto industry, with special emphasis on California, including electric vehicles, driverless cars and vehicle safety at The Los Angeles Times once again joined Grayson Brulte on The Road to Autonomy Podcast to discuss overcoming electric vehicle charging anxiety. The conversation begins with Russ discussing how voters in California are leaning on Prop 30 which would raise taxes on California residents with an annual income over $2 million by 1.75% to a State Income tax of 15.05%. The ballot measure has significant backing from Lyft, as they contributed $45 million to influence voters to vote yes on Prop 30.Lyft made the political contribution because the State of California is requiring 90% miles driven in rideshare vehicles to be electric by 2030.As everybody knows, drivers aren't employees, but contractors buy those cars. So they want to make it easier for their drivers to be able to buy an EV and be able to use the EV. – Russ MitchellLyft's biggest competitor Uber, has not made a contribution or a public statement in regards to Prop 30. They have been silent. While Uber has been silent, Governor Newsom of California has been publicly questioning why Lyft is funding Prop 30 in TV ads and mailers. Then there is the recent UC Berkley/LA Times poll which found that only 20% of California consumers plan to buy an electric car as their next vehicle. With 80% of consumers not planning to buy an EV as their next vehicle, Grayson and Russ discuss what will happen to rideshare prices and the 2035 mandate banning the sale of new gas-powered cars.The law was passed, the arguments were made and it's just expected to happen. It will be a political fight, both within bureaucracy and in the Legislature and in the Governor's office to deal with it if it proves impossible. – Russ MitchellIf the ban is pushed back due to the fact that it turns out to be impossible, who is to blame and what will be the political blowback? Grayson and Russ discuss what it could look like from a political perspective. With the State of California clearly moving towards an all-electric future, the demand for EV charging infrastructure is only going to grow. While the demand for charging infrastructure grows, the need to ensure that the chargers are reliable grows as well. Without a reliable charging network, consumers anxiety will only grow leading to decline in EV adoption. The California Energy Commission is dolling out billions of dollars in funding to build out EV charging infrastructure with the requirement that EV chargers are functional at least 97% of the time. While 97% reliability sounds good in theory, however there is no standard to define what defines charger up-time.The charger companies are coming up with all sorts of different formula that would in effect as a consumer coming up to a gas pump expecting that 97 times out of a 100 it would be working may not be anywhere close to that. – Russ Mitchell Without guaranteed up-time and reliability, consumers will begin to experience charging anxiety the same way they experienced range anxiety when electric vehicles were first introduced. On a recent trip down I-5 in California in a Ford F-150 Lighting, Russ experienced the California EV charging experience first-hand and it was not pretty. At a charging stop along the route where only one charger was working, Russ spoke with a fellow traveler about charging and that individual said; “I do not have range anxiety, I have charger anxiety”. Charging anxiety is the new range anxiety. In order to usher in an all-electric future, the consumer has to trust the technology and the fueling mechanism the same way that the trust gas-powered car and the gas stations where they refuel. The question is with so many problems, and with so many billions of dollars raining down is this going to be fixed? That is really an open question and the entire viability of the EV market is going to depend on the public charging situation and whether they can get it fixed. – Russ MitchellThis is where Tesla shines, Tesla owners trust when they pull into a Tesla Supercharger station the chargers are going to work. When compared to all other electric vehicles, Tesla has the most superior charging network as they developed it from the ground-up without relying on 3rd party charging partners. In the future do other electric vehicle companies form a consortium to own and operate their own chargers that are reliable and meet up-time guarantees that consumers trust? It's possible as EV manufacturers outside of Tesla still have to develop charging trust with their customers. Wrapping up the conversation, Russ shares his opinion on what the future of energy looks like in California.Follow The Road To Autonomy on Apple PodcastsFollow The Road To Autonomy on LinkedInFollow The Road To Autonomy on TwitterRecorded on Thursday, October 27, 2022See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Promise child Podcast
Atpc Coffee Talk - Uber Self driving cars

Promise child Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 12:11


YouTube Promise Child TV to watch Video --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/promise-child/support

Rebel News +
EZRA LEVANT | If you car is self-driving, can the government turn it off for climate reasons?

Rebel News +

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 43:10


Monday to Friday enjoy the audio version of Ezra Levant's daily TV-style show, The Ezra Levant Show, where Ezra gives you his contrarian and conservative take on free speech, politics, and foreign policy through in-depth commentary and interviews. Tuesday evenings check out Miss Understood with Nat Biase and Kat Krozonouski the latest Rebel News show about pop culture and politics from a Christian-conservative perspective. Wednesday evenings you can listen to the audio version of The Gunn Show with Sheila Gunn Reid the Chief Reporter of Rebel News. Sheila brings a western sensibility to Canadian news. With one foot in the oil patch and one foot in agriculture, Sheila challenges mainstream media narratives and stands up for Albertans. Thursday nights catch Andrew Says with Andrew Chapados this show features notable guests from politics, entertainment and the news world. Join Andrew for an honest discussion on on-going world issues like public policy, censorship and freedom. Finally on Friday nights, catch the audio version of Rebel Roundup with David Menzies. David interviews three journalists about some of the most interesting stories they have been reporting on over the past week. If you want to watch the video versions of these podcasts, make sure to begin your free RebelNewsPlus trial by subscribing at http://www.RebelNewsPlus.com

Sci Guys
190: The Science of Self Driving Cars

Sci Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 69:16


Self driving cars are hitting our roads so it seems like a good time to find out how they work (and how they don't). This week we're covering the science of autonomous vehicles, the ethics that guide them, and how capitalism (and Elon Musk) could be making them worse than they need to be... Grab our merch now: http://normalcitizen.store You can WATCH the podcast over on our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/SciGuys Help keep the show running by supporting us on Patreon! http://patreon.com/sciguys If you'd like to see more of us, follow our socials! Website sciguys.co.uk TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@sciguys Twitter http://twitter.com/SciGuysPod Instagram http://instagram.com/SciGuysPod Facebook http://facebook.com/SciGuysPod Follow the SCI GUYS @notcorry / @lukecutforth References & Further Reading https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-018-07135-0 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352146520300995 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352146520300995 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352146520300995?ref=pdf_download&fr=RR-2&rr=753e48c77a1edd47 https://auto.howstuffworks.com/under-the-hood/trends-innovations/driverless-car.htm https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-018-07135-0 https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2022/08/25/tesla-elon-musk-demo/ https://www.vice.com/en/article/k7bzxm/lets-go-hit-this-kid-tesla-stans-find-actual-child-to-try-and-prove-teslas-dont-run-over-kids https://www.theverge.com/2022/8/12/23302850/tesla-full-self-driving-child-crash-open-letter https://www.nytimes.com/2022/02/01/business/tesla-recall.html https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2022/aug/09/tesla-self-driving-technology-safety-children#:~:text=Since%202016%2C%20the%20agency%20has,where%20Teslas%20hit%20emergency%20vehicles. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/34/Elon_Musk_Royal_Society_%28crop2%29.jpg

Tech Won't Save Us
Tech Isn't Fixing the Crisis on Our Streets w/ David Zipper

Tech Won't Save Us

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 60:26


Paris Marx is joined by David Zipper to discuss how Silicon Valley pitched new technologies as the fix for a whole range of transport problems, and how that really just distracted us from solutions while allowing issues like  road deaths, emissions, and traffic to get even worse.David Zipper is a Visiting Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School's Taubman Center for State and Local Government and a contributing writer at Bloomberg CityLab. You can find his articles and sign up for his newsletter at DavidZipper.com and follow him on Twitter at @DavidZipper.Tech Won't Save Us offers a critical perspective on tech, its worldview, and wider society with the goal of inspiring people to demand better tech and a better world. Follow the podcast (@techwontsaveus) and host Paris Marx (@parismarx) on Twitter, support the show on Patreon, and sign up for the weekly newsletter.The podcast is produced by Eric Wickham and part of the Harbinger Media Network.Also mentioned in this episode:David wrote about why traffic safety is getting worse in the US, and compared it to Canada, Finland, France, and Japan. He also wrote about the history of self-driving cars, the danger posed to pedestrians on the roads, the problem with infotainment systems, and what's wrong with positioning car tech as the solution to our problems.Paris wrote about how Elon Musk designed the Hyperloop to try to get California's high-speed line canceled.AAA puts the annual cost of car ownership in the US at over $10,000 a year in 2022. In Canada, CAA put it at $8600 to $13,000 a year in 2017 — a number that is surely even higher now.Peter Norton wrote about how the auto industry took over US roads in the early 1900s in Fighting Traffic: The Dawn of the Motor Age in the American City.Support the show

World of DaaS
Richard Barlow: Data Sharing to Enable the Self-Driving Revolution

World of DaaS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 22:27


Richard Barlow is the CEO of Wejo, a publicly traded company that collects and analyzes connected vehicle data. Wejo gathers billions of data points a day from cars all over the world.  Richard and Auren discuss the state of global connected vehicle data— what data points are out there right now, how many cars on the road are equipped with connected tech, and what new sensors could do in the future. Richard also explains how data sharing could help get autonomous vehicles to the next level and bring self-driving tech to the mass market. World of DaaS is brought to you by SafeGraph. For more episodes, visit safegraph.com/podcasts.You can find Auren Hoffman on Twitter at @auren and Richard on Twitter @RichardWejo. 

TechStuff
Tech News: Do Not Question the Musk

TechStuff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 34:17


Elon Musk allegedly fires Twitter employees who criticize his decisions. A billionaire is calling for Google to stop paying its employees so darn much. Amazon gears up for corporate layoffs. And Chinese gamers will soon lose access to games like World of Warcraft and Hearthstone. Plus more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Grumpy Old Geeks
577: Self Driving Twitter

Grumpy Old Geeks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 79:27 Very Popular


A two-factor pain; Jason hops on Brian's soapbox; the self-driving Twitter crash; Meta ditches human-curated newsfeed; verification has always been a joke, but this is really hilarious; Amazon pauses corporate hiring; Google buys an AI startup to compete with... TikTok?; Adobe's Pantone, Figma issues; the Peripheral; the Witcher renewed, recast; the Machine; drone swarms for Candy Crush; Playstation VR2; Instagram plans NFT minting; Captain EO, amusement parks and mixed media theater; sharing iPads.Show notes at https://gog.show/577/Sponsors:Kolide - Kolide can help you nail third-party audits and internal compliance goals with endpoint security for your entire fleet. Learn more here.Hover - Go to Hover now and grab your very own domain or a few of them at hover.com/gog and get 10% off your first purchase.FOLLOW UPFact Check-CNN did not report Trump died on Nov. 1, 2022IN THE NEWSTwitter has removed 1,500 accounts following coordinated trolling campaignMeta to ditch human-curated Facebook News stories globallyElon Musk's First Grand Plan for Twitter? Charging $8 Per Month for a Blue CheckmarkElon Musk wants to make Twitter's edit button free for everyone, report saysElon Musk reportedly wants Twitter to bring back VineAmazon Pauses Corporate Hiring on Economic UncertaintyGoogle buys an AI avatar startup to take on TikTokDOJ takes aim at Adobe's $20 billion dealMEDIA CANDYThe PeripheralNetflix renews 'The Witcher,' recasts Liam Hemsworth as Geralt of RiviaThe Machine Teaser TrailerAPPS & DOODADSA swarm of 500 drones will plague New York City with advertising tomorrow$550 PlayStation VR2 launches on Feb. 22, 2023Meta's Instagram Plans NFT Minting, Trading ToolsSECURITY HAH!The CyberWireDave BittnerHacking HumansCaveatControl LoopNational Theater LiveThe Met: Live in HDWhite Snake ProjectsOptimizing Apps for Shared iPadGordon Ramsay Fish & ChipsHoly Chicken Ship! The full-length "Captain EO" is more brilliant than you can possibly rememberStar ToursCLOSING SHOUT-OUTSBoot Up with JasonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Lex Fridman Podcast
#333 – Andrej Karpathy: Tesla AI, Self-Driving, Optimus, Aliens, and AGI

Lex Fridman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 213:38 Very Popular


Andrej Karpathy is a legendary AI researcher, engineer, and educator. He's the former director of AI at Tesla, a founding member of OpenAI, and an educator at Stanford. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – Eight Sleep: https://www.eightsleep.com/lex to get special savings – BetterHelp: https://betterhelp.com/lex to get 10% off – Fundrise: https://fundrise.com/lex – Athletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/lex to get 1 month of fish oil EPISODE LINKS: Andrej's Twitter: http://twitter.com/karpathy Andrej's YouTube: http://youtube.com/c/AndrejKarpathy Andrej's Website: http://karpathy.ai Andrej's Google Scholar: http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=l8WuQJgAAAAJ Books mentioned: The Vital Question: https://amzn.to/3q0vN6q Life Ascending: https://amzn.to/3wKIsOE The Selfish Gene: https://amzn.to/3TCo63s Contact: https://amzn.to/3W3y5Au The Cell: https://amzn.to/3W5f6pa PODCAST