What are the advantages over strategically placed cameras? Why not use what's already there, or upgrade them, and feed all of that into a system that does the heuristics they're talking about? Seems like a much more acceptable route, not to mention cheaper, than putting in robots that will need to be maintained, and most likely vandalized on a regular basis.
You are making my point. You're so steeped in the ideology you likely can't see it's faults. Take a break and look at it from the outside, in context to the rest of the world, and you'll see things from a perspective you've probably never seen before. One such example was NOW fighting AGAINST equally shared custody, feminsm's hand in biased family court laws (eg tender years doctrine), unequal and biased domestic violence laws (eg VAWA and predominant aggressor policies), and a whole host of social problems that are the direct result of feminist blinders and baked academic studies.
You're obviously have little to no concept of the differences between feminism on paper and feminism in practice. They're worlds apart.
It's only sexist when men do it:
Yeah, but they're feminists. When are they NOT indignant about something? Here's an article where feminists equivocate the use logic in an argument as a form of domestic violence:
tl;dr - Woman gets drunk, drives, then winds up killing some people. For some reason the state charged the guy who bought her some of the drinks.
How about we just stick to holding people accountable for their actions instead of shifting the blame to others, mmmkay?
The main obstacle to self-driving cars isn't technological, it's cultural. Even if they get a commercially viable product on the road in 2020, it'll be at least a generation of these things being on the roads before people become comfortable enough with the technology to trust their lives to it en mass. And that doesn't even speak to the costs involved. High end luxury cars get the tech first and it trickles down, eventually. Factor that in with the cultural issues and we're probably not going to see widespread adoption of self-driving cars until 2050 or beyond.
One of the films has a deleted scene where he plays an old country boy in the military who they used his likeness for the robots. They even went so far as to dub over his voice so he sounded really southern.
You beat me to it. This is exactly like Steam in that games will now be tied to the account. Many don't realize this has been the case for quite some time, such as with downloaded content (eg Minecraft). You buy the disk, install the game to your account, activate it, then you're good to go. I don't see a problem with this and have accepted this as reality years ago when Steam pioneered this model. The only difference is that with consoles people are accustomed to having a physical copy. Meh, PC gamers used to be the same way but we adjusted. In a few years once people's perceptions have adapted to the new model they'll be extolling it's virtues, SO LONG AS THE GAMES FOLLOW THEM FROM PLATFORM TO PLATFORM. Those games tied to your account better still be playable 20 years from now, you hear me Microsoft?
Very good questions. If Jenny was a Jeremy would this have received the attention and accolades it did? Given how prone to bending over backwards academia is to women in tech and heaping praise on women because of their gender, my gut says probably not.
Seriously though, this a huge disappointment.
I'm sure someone over at HBO said the same thing when season 3 of GoT was released. The system is still unusable for many on Sunday nights from the incredible strain their network is under as new episodes are released. During the Season 3 premier nearly the entire HBO Go service crashed, and the show was unavailable for most for about 45 minutes.
tl;dw - the more free a society, the more people can follow their predispositions. That often translates to men doing more manual and technical work, and women gravitating to nurturing types of jobs and/or those with a strong social interaction element.
Name names. This thug needs to be held accountable for her abuse of public trust and power.
I STRONGLY recommend reading War Against Boys by Christina Hoff Sommers. How our schools got this way traces right back to feminism and certain ideologues *cough* Carol Gilligan *cough* spouting bs that eventually led to a lobbying effort in the 90s that got Congress and the dept of education to make schools more girl-friendly.
Also, food for thought: There's actually a bigger gap today with fewer men than women in college than there was back in the day when there were fewer women than men in college that lead to the creation of Title IX. So I ask you all here, right now, WHERE IS THE OUTRAGE? Instead all we're seeing is hand wringing and self-congratulations about the supposed success of women in academia. The double standards and sexism against men is so prevalent even the president of the United States is guilty of it!