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Brad Ideas: Meeting on a narrow road
Jean-Louis Gasse, while a respected computer entrepreneur, wrote a critical post on robocars recently which matches a very common pattern of critical articles:The pattern is as follows: The author has been hearing about robocars for a while, and is inte...
Dateline: 2015-08-21 7:00pm -07:00T (1050 words)
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Brad Ideas: To fix human attack on the Hugo awards, you need humans
I wrote earlier on the drama that ensued when a group of SF writers led a campaign to warp the nomination process by getting a small but sufficiently large group of supporters to collude on nominating a slate of candidates. The way the process works, wit...
Dateline: 2015-08-19 2:00pm -07:00T (252 words)
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Brad Ideas: Singularity University Closing Ceremony Thursday Evening in San Jose
After a hard 10 weeks, our Singularity University Graduate class for 2015 will have its closing ceremony this Thursday night. If you are in the Bay Area, consider coming down to join luminaries of the SFBA accelerating technology community at San Jose&#8...
Dateline: 2015-08-17 5:30pm -07:00T (133 words)
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Brad Ideas: Google Alphabet: Is it good for robocars?
Everybody has heard about Google’s restructuring. In the restructuring, Google [x], which includes the self-driving car division, will be a subsidiary of the new Alphabet holding company, and no longer part of Google.Having been a consultant on tha...
Dateline: 2015-08-13 7:15pm -07:00T (1403 words)
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Brad Ideas: Automated Vehicles Symposium Days 1 and 2
From small beginnings, over 800 people are here at the Ann Arbor AUVSI/TRB Automated Vehicles symposium. Let’s summarize some of the news.Test TrackLots of PR about the new test track opening at University of Michigan. I have not been out to see ...
Dateline: 2015-07-22 8:45pm -07:00T (1776 words)
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Brad Ideas: Automated Vehicles Symposium Day 0: When do robocars become cheaper than standard cars?
I’m in the Detroit area for the annual TRB/AUVSI Automated Vehicle Symposium, which starts tomorrow. Today, those in Ann Arbor attended the opening of the new test track at the University of Michigan. Instead, I was at a small event with a lot o...
Dateline: 2015-07-20 8:30pm -07:00T (1160 words)
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Brad Ideas: Will Robocars vastly increase battery life?
We know electric cars are getting better and likely to get popular even when driven by humans. Tesla, at its core, is a battery technology company as much as it’s a car company, and it is sometimes joked that the $85,000 Telsa with a $40,000 batte...
Dateline: 2015-07-19 2:00pm -07:00T (1288 words)
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Brad Ideas: Some Q&A on Robocars via Singularity U
At Singularity U, we’re releasing a new video series answering questions about our future technology topics that come from Twitter. My segment is one of the first, and while regular readers of my blog will probably have seen me talk about most of...
Dateline: 2015-07-16 12:00pm -07:00T (66 words)
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Brad Ideas: Facebook makes less than $10/user, can we find alternatives to advertising?
Facebook’s ARPU (average revenue per user, annualized) in the last quarter was just under $10, declining slightly in the USA and Canada, and a much lower 80 cents in the rest of the world. This is quite a bit less than Google’s which hovers ...
Dateline: 2015-07-10 12:15pm -07:00T (1334 words)
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Brad Ideas: Google not hitting Delphi, going to Austin -- Vislab sold
The press were all a-twitter about a report from Reuters that there had been a near miss between Delphi’s test car and one of Google’s though it was quickly denied that anything happenedThe situation described, one car cutting off another, was...
Dateline: 2015-07-09 11:45am -07:00T (735 words)
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