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Old Posted Apr 12, 2020, 3:02 AM
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Originally Posted by Urban_Sky View Post
You are touching the key issue which prevents the widespread implementation of driverless cars: they can communicate efficiently with each other and therefore predict each other's movements, but they are clueless when it comes to predict the actions and reactions of a human driver. As a result, driverless cars will be limited to speeds where the breaking distances are rather short and that indeed means <50 km/h...
There are cars on the road right now that can drive themselves on the freeway at over 100 km/h, and for 2021, Cadillac's will have lane changing ability. Imagine what these cars will be able to do in 10 years. These cars will be able to do 160 km/h + no problem.
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