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802 clicks; posted to Business » on 22 Apr 2021 at 4:05 PM (2 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-04-22 4:32:17 PM  
How wonderful, a paywall that even pops up in incognito mode.
Gee thanks, Subby.
 
2021-04-22 4:45:53 PM  
I don't know what you'd have to pay me to Elon Musk's corporate lawyer but it's even more than you'd need to pay me to be his personal lawyer. And that is a very, very large monthly salary indeed.

He's just a combo platter of the worst possible characteristics of human behavior for a corporate executive, from a legal perspective, whatever his accomplishments as an inventor.
 
2021-04-22 5:44:23 PM  
I like that it's a LIDAR startup, when Elon has so publicly bashed the concept of LIDARs.  A bit of a subtle FU from the lawyer.
 
2021-04-22 6:08:49 PM  
I'm so glad I know what Elon's lawyer is up to.
 
2021-04-22 6:45:28 PM  

Naritai: I like that it's a LIDAR startup, when Elon has so publicly bashed the concept of LIDARs.  A bit of a subtle FU from the lawyer.


Trying to judge distances using just visuals, particularly when something suddenly crosses your path, is a really tough problem.  Then there's the "how high is up" problem with LIDAR.  If it's focused low, you miss semis. If it's too high, the system errors on overpasses and signs.
 
2021-04-22 8:07:17 PM  

natazha: Naritai: I like that it's a LIDAR startup, when Elon has so publicly bashed the concept of LIDARs.  A bit of a subtle FU from the lawyer.

Trying to judge distances using just visuals, particularly when something suddenly crosses your path, is a really tough problem.  Then there's the "how high is up" problem with LIDAR.  If it's focused low, you miss semis. If it's too high, the system errors on overpasses and signs.


LIDAR would have prevented this: Jalopnik: This Billboard That Confuses Tesla Autopilot Is A Good Reminder Of Why Self-Driving Is Still A Long Way Off
 
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