Arizonians Attack Self-Driving Cars

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  1. LibidoLoca

    LibidoLoca Sensually Delicious

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    AResistor Well-Known Member

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    Eh. That’s what they should be doing!

    “Residents describe instances of the test vehicles nearly hitting children and making other erratic maneuvers.”

    DOWN WITH SKYNET!!!!
     
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    Sundancer Cynicist

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    Take out the tires when it's at rest.
     
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    Teelie The Incredulous Spider-Man

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    I think the fact it has not hit any children is kind of the point and also leaves out a few details. Were these children playing in the road and intentionally ignoring the car or were they completely unaware of the car at all? Would a human driver have been any better at avoiding them? Kids do stupid things all the time and without more details on how these things nearly hit kids it might be a good thing because it has better reactions than a human driver. On top of that clearly these people hate self-driving cars regardless so their claims are likely influenced by that.
     
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    Schlosser85 Watchful Protector

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    They were probably drunk watching Maximum Overdrive.
     
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    terry78 Ooooh Angela

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    like South Park?
     
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