Upon reading the Wired piece about GM’s failure to fix their OnStar hack for 5 years, I Googled for a whole ten minutes looking for an image to describe my incredulity. I couldn’t find one pithy enough, so read into the image what you will. So many articles have covered vehicular hacks recently that to add another summing them up seems like a waste of time. It isn’t. Continue reading
The following is excerpted from my Jalopnik piece: “How Science Fiction Failed Us: The Real Future of Autonomous Cars.”
The Autonomotive Singularity is the idea that human input is the weakest link in the transportation chain, manifested to its logical end. It is Uber meets Skynet. It is the sun around which every digital automotive “advancement” currently orbits. Continue reading
Oh, Qualcomm. It’s so nice to see a major player with an interest in Autonomous Driving attempt to educate the public by tweeting about “The Car of the Future.” But what is the real message behind a cute little GIF that depicts not a car of the future, but a car that is basically here now?
Let’s dissect this little GIF. Continue reading