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Brad Ideas: Robocars driving when the map is wrong
Yesterday’s note on Here’s maps brought up the question of the wisdom of map-based driving. While I addressed this a bit earlier let me add a bit more detail.A common first intuition is that because people are able to drive just fine on a roa...
Dateline: 2014-12-19 2:45pm -08:00T (2892 words)
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Brad Ideas: Cars in the UK, China, LA, CES and Here : Robocar News Update
I see new articles on robocars in the press every day now, though most don’t say a lot new. Here, however, are some of the recent meaningful stories from the last month or two while I’ve been on the road. There are other sites, like the Li...
Dateline: 2014-12-18 3:00pm -08:00T (1036 words)
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Brad Ideas: Uber's legal battles and robocars
Uber is spreading fast, and running into protests from the industries it threatens, and in many places, the law has responded and banned, fined or restricted the service. I’m curious what its battles might teach us about the future battles of roboc...
Dateline: 2014-12-17 8:45pm -08:00T (532 words)
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Brad Ideas: Sell me cheap, flexible tickets if I'm flexible too
Dave Barry once wrote that there is a federal law that no two people on a plane can pay the same price for their seat. Airlines use complex systems to manage ticket prices, constantly changing them based on expected demand and competition, and with over ...
Dateline: 2014-12-14 7:45am -08:00T (1045 words)
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Brad Ideas: Sell me cheap, flexible tickets if I'm flexible too
Dave Barry once wrote that there is a federal law that no two people on a plane can pay the same price for their seat. Airlines use complex systems to manage ticket prices, constantly changing them based on expected demand and competition, and with over ...
Dateline: 2014-12-13 11:00pm -08:00T (1045 words)
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Brad Ideas: Sell me cheap, flexible tickets if I'm flexible too
Dave Barry once wrote that there is a federal law that no two people on a plane can pay the same price for their seat. Airlines use complex systems to manage ticket prices, constantly changing them based on expected demand and competition, and with over ...
Dateline: 2014-12-13 2:15pm -08:00T (1045 words)
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Brad Ideas: Sell me cheap, flexible tickets if I'm flexible too
Dave Barry once wrote that there is a federal law that no two people on a plane can pay the same price for their seat. Airlines use complex systems to manage ticket prices, constantly changing them based on expected demand and competition, and with over ...
Dateline: 2014-12-13 5:30am -08:00T (1045 words)
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Brad Ideas: Sell me cheap, flexible tickets if I'm flexible too
Dave Barry once wrote that there is a federal law that no two people on a plane can pay the same price for their seat. Airlines use complex systems to manage ticket prices, constantly changing them based on expected demand and competition, and with over ...
Dateline: 2014-12-12 9:15pm -08:00T (1045 words)
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Brad Ideas: Sell me cheap, flexible tickets if I'm flexible too
Dave Barry once wrote that there is a federal law that no two people on a plane can pay the same price for their seat. Airlines use complex systems to manage ticket prices, constantly changing them based on expected demand and competition, and with over ...
Dateline: 2014-12-12 1:00pm -08:00T (1045 words)
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Brad Ideas: The many business models for cars
When I talk about robocars, I often get quite opposite reactions: Americans, in particular, will never give up car ownership! You can pry the bent steering wheel from my cold, dead hands. I can’t see why anybody would own a car if there were fast r...
Dateline: 2014-12-09 8:30pm -08:00T (362 words)
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Brad Ideas: Near-perfect virtual reality of recent times and tourism
Recently I tried Facebook/Oculus Rift Crescent Bay prototype. It has more resolution (I will guess 1280 x 1600 per eye or similar) and runs at 90 frames/second. It also has better head tracking, so you can walk around a small space with some realism &#8...
Dateline: 2014-12-07 9:45am -08:00T (1328 words)
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Brad Ideas: Future proofing video with high-res stills
On Saturday I wrote about how we’re now capturing the world so completely that people of the future will be able to wander around it in accurate VR. Let’s go further and see how we might shoot the video resolutions of the future, today.Almos...
Dateline: 2014-12-07 9:45am -08:00T (1128 words)
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Brad Ideas: I was a robot for 3 days in London
In August, I attended the World Science Fiction Convention (WorldCon) in London. I did it while in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho by means of a remote Telepresence Robot(*). The WorldCon is half conference, half party, and I was fully involved — te...
Dateline: 2014-12-07 9:45am -08:00T (352 words)
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Brad Ideas: Fixing money in politics: Free, open "campaign in a box"
I’m waiting at CDG in Paris, so it’s time to add a new article to my series about fixing money in politics by looking at another thing campaigns spend money on (and thus raise money for), namely management of their campaigns.A modern campaign ...
Dateline: 2014-11-01 4:30am -07:00T (839 words)
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Brad Ideas: Are today's challenges of making robocars dealbreakers?
There’s been a lot of press recently about an article in Slate by Lee Gomes which paints a pessimistic picture of the future of robocars, and particularly Google’s project. The Slate article is a follow-on to a similar article in MIT Tech Rev...
Dateline: 2014-10-30 3:30pm -07:00T (808 words)
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