A very informative write up on SEE in an interview with Langdale Smith in which he emphasises the marriage of outward and inward cameras (DMS) in cars http://www.ai-online.com/ADVPDFs/Q414.pdf
Thanks for the post MB. The quote by the driving instructor is very apt as technology in general should portray a core objective as being an enabler - i.e. as a means to end......there are dangers in the technology being regarded as end in itself by the perception of becoming the ultimate solution. Accidents happen whether intentional or unintentional, these systems are there to minimise and reduce the risk, but it does not mean that ultimate responsibility for driver behaviour and his/ her duty of care is entirely relinquished to the driver safety system. The driver still has a role to play until the driverless feature is proven to work and is a better alternative to the current mix "The integration of the design is very important. If they're designed properly, information can be issued by systems to support the driver and not distract them. It should be presented in a prioritised way so we're not receiving too much information from any one system." Driving instructor Darren Smillie thinks car technology itself is the problem, and he doesn't mince words when it comes to his contempt for current government training regimes that don't properly prepare drivers. "The more technology safety devices that are put into cars, the dumber we become," he says. "The problem is not related to products or methodologies but the lack of training drivers get before they sit the test. Car manufactures continue putting more and more safety devices into cars to combat dumb-a- -e drivers."
we still seem to have someone wanting more at 5.4 will probably keep it here until order filled. im sure they might bore a few PI into selling just below this price. watching the delayed trades last few days
Mirabeau 12.55 post
what you are talking about relates back to the patent I posted a little while back. The ability to influence computerised devices with eyes.
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