After Consumer Reports tested our product, we’ve seen a big uptick in reach outs from car companies. Some have understood us better than others.
Our mission is to solve self driving cars while delivering shippable intermediaries, and we are very focused on this mission. …
We’ve been seeing questions about if modifications to openpilot violate our safety model or not. The safety model has three main principles.
I’ve seen several very sketchy experiments around lately where people are controlling the steering of cars in unsafe ways. Let me break down a few of these ways, and discuss concerns. This is not safety advice, this is educational background info. If you do not understand what you are doing…
At comma research, our mission is to build a superhuman driving agent. A superhuman driving agent is one that can drive a car to your destination safer, more comfortably and more reliably than you can.
At comma, our mission is to solve self driving cars while delivering shippable intermediaries. Everything we do is derived from that mission, and as the narrative unfolds, it’s looking increasing like we will win alongside Tesla and Mobileye.
Linux, Mac, and Windows all won. OS/2 did not.
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April 24, 2020–11:53 pm
It’s not disruption if it drives the same backwards and forwards. It’s not disruption if the major players in the space are pouring money into you. It’s not disruption if you saw Sebastian Thrun have one in the Google parking lot in 2008. It’s not disruption if it’s a taxi without a person.
I’ve lived long enough to see Google become IBM. Disruption is when you ask your self from 10 years ago if they understand it and they don’t.
How many of you thought you’d be sticking a cell phone to your car windshield and watching it drive?