https://www.theverge.com/2021/4/22/22397546/tesla-autopilot-consumer-report-test-no-driver Tesla has many faults but the idea that they not doing enough to ensure a driver is present in the driver's seat is a bit of a stretch, no? How many other automakers would fail similar tests? This is like faulting them for having a car that doesn't drive good underwater. Like, no shit?
I live on a busy-ish street and work in the front room of my house and sometimes people will park in front of my house and make phone calls, bluetooth'ed into their car speakers. The result of this is that occasionally I just hear the ringing tone (you know the one) totally ambient-ly, without the usual physical or visual context, and I feel as though my brain is falling apart.
ok one more. this one is funny because it's from a movie made from a still from a movie. so it's EXTRA weird.
Also, no one seems to be talking about this, but I think it's interesting they transitioned all the non-GPU-using Macs in one fell swoop. Waiting for the next SoC rev ("M1X" or maybe "P1") to put in the more powerful machines to establish a new tick-tock year-over-year pattern, perhaps.
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