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November 9, 2010

Outlander Online

Filed under: tech — Tags: , , — zproxy @ 8:25 am

Gavin you are doing good work. Arm your vehicle with dashcams rear front and sideways including microphone. The way I see it there needs to be a system for immediate automatic constitution violation detection, which would automatically allow to sue the agent and take class action at any such encounter.

Consider this. You stop your car and your car loudspeaker will identify itself to the agent, allow the agent to identify himself. Read the agent his rights and wait for further actions. As soon there is a violation the agent will be notified by the car, fined and sued. All done by the robotic voice overlay. Robocop comes to mind.

Lets keep the good fight.

Guys, I just logged into a car, remotely. I drove it for 1 minute and 30 seconds. I used my keyboard to do that. The car was on the other side of the earth. Think of the implications.

When can I log into my car? I want to drive it remotely, too. We know that cars with all their electronics will be fully capable in doing that in near future.

This is me, logged in as alias Kevin Sutherland, driving around on my Dell Latitude XT with an Outlander!

We already knew there were drones patrolling around desert Nevada . Exactly how long will it take to have remote controlled taxi service or public transport in general? We know that some trains already rely on automation.


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