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Brad Ideas: The two cultures of robocars
I have many more comments pending on my observations from the recent AUVSI/TRB Automated Vehicles Symposium, but for today I would like to put forward an observation I made about two broad schools of thought on the path of the technology and the timeline ...
Dateline: 2014-07-23 5:30pm -07:00T (768 words)
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Brad Ideas: Robotics: Science and Systems and Automated Vehicles Symposium this week
It’s a big week for Robocar conferences.In Berkeley, yesterday I attended and spoke at the “Robotics: Science and Systems” conference which had a workshop on autonomous vehicles. That runs to Wednesday, but overlapping and near SF Airpo...
Dateline: 2014-07-14 3:45pm -07:00T (858 words)
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Brad Ideas: Solar freaking roadways? Do the math
In the last few months, I have found myself asked many times about a concept for solar roadways. Folks from Idaho proposing them have gotten a lot of attention with FHWA funding, a successful crowdfunding and even an appearance at Solve for . Their pla...
Dateline: 2014-07-12 1:00pm -07:00T (1149 words)
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Brad Ideas: The paradox of Bitcoin proof-of-work mining
Everybody knows about bitcoin, but fewer know what goes on under the hood. Bitcoin provides the world a trustable ledger for transactions without trusting any given party such as a bank or government. Everybody can agree with what’s in the ledg...
Dateline: 2014-07-11 3:45pm -07:00T (2400 words)
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Brad Ideas: The tide of surveys gets worse -- "would you please rate our survey?"
Five years ago, I posted a rant about the excess of customer service surveys we’re all being exposed to. You can’t do any transaction these days, it seems, without being asked to do a survey on how you liked it. We get so many surveys that ...
Dateline: 2014-06-24 5:45pm -07:00T (663 words)
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Brad Ideas: Robocars 101 on Big Think, NPR Interview and many talks
Some recent press and talks:Earlier in June I sat down with “Big Think” for an interview they have titled “Robocars 101” explaining some of the issues around the cars.I also did a short interview on NPR’s “All Things Co...
Dateline: 2014-06-24 11:00am -07:00T (223 words)
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Brad Ideas: Small startup "Cruise" plans to sell modification kits for highway driving
So far it’s been big players like Google and car companies with plans in the self-driving space. Today, a small San Francisco start-up named Cruise, founded by Kyle Vogt (a founder of the web video site Justin.tv) announces their plans to make a re...
Dateline: 2014-06-23 10:46am -07:00T (487 words)
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Brad Ideas: Live Google transit directions seriously changes the value of transit
On my recent wanderings in Europe, I became quite enamoured by Google’s latest revision of transit directions. Google has had transit directions for some time, but they have recently improved them, and linked them in more cities to live data about ...
Dateline: 2014-06-22 1:30pm -07:00T (1042 words)
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Brad Ideas: Conan O'Brien's Google Car, Nissan in 2018 and more
I’m in the home stretch of a long international trip — photos to follow — but I speak tomorrow at Lincoln Center on how computers (and robocars) will change the worlds of finance. In the meantime, Google’s announcement last month...
Dateline: 2014-06-09 9:30pm -07:00T (469 words)
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Brad Ideas: Reflections on the 25th anniversary of ClariNet and the dot-com
25 years ago, on June 8, 1989, I announced to the world my new company ClariNet, which offered for sale an electronic newspaper delivered over the internet. This has the distinction, as far as I know, of being the first business created to use the inter...
Dateline: 2014-06-07 5:00pm -07:00T (423 words)
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Brad Ideas: Hotel rooms and temporary apartments need to adapt better for the digital nomad
I’ve been on the road for the last month, and there’s more to come. Right now I’m in Amsterdam for a few hours, to be followed by a few events in London, then on to New York for Singularity U’s Exponential Finance conference, foll...
Dateline: 2014-06-03 6:45am -07:00T (973 words)
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Brad Ideas: Why Google's "ridiculous" looking car is brilliant
It’s not too surprising that the release of images of Google’s prototype robocar have gotten comments like this: Revolutionary Tech in a Remarkably Lame Package from Wired A Joy Ride in Google’s Clown Car http://recode.net/2014/05...
Dateline: 2014-06-01 6:45am -07:00T (825 words)
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