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Old 12 April 2018, 04:54 PM
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Originally Posted by thorny locust View Post
In 1916, drivers might have been used to driving a horse, which was capable of looking where it was going.

-- hey, the horse or ox drawn cart was the original self-driving vehicle! Complete, of course, with a tendency to occasionally go somewhere else than the humans in the vehicle intended, including possibly into other vehicles or off the road.
That's it! Let's drop all this stuff Google and Tesla and everyone else is doing and bring back the original, one-horsepower, self-driving vehicle!

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