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I haven't taken a look at it yet myself (I just found out about it yesterday), but it sounds like it might be exactly what you're looking for.
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It doesn't matter. People just simply aren't paying attention, whether or not the car makes noise. They're too busy staring at their iphones.
I can only assume that Google sells a lot more information.
Google collects information. Google uses that information to determine what ads to show users. But unlike other companies, Google does NOT sell that information.
(Disclaimer: I too own an all-electric vehicle)
And you're going to hold him up as having done *more* for the environment than an entrepreneur who spent - and risked - his entire fortune to make electric cars a mainstream reality.
Would it pull over if it sees the blinking lights / siren behind it?
Sure. Why wouldn't it? It can detect cars with radar, and see flashing lights with cameras.
I think the hard question is whether it should try to get out of the way, or pull into an intersection to clear a lane (ambulance, fire truck, police), or if it should actually pull the whole way over off of the road and stop (police).
Could you spoof it with a bunch of blinking xmas lights on the side of the road?
No. Putting blinking lights on a car might spoof it, but that will probably get you arrested for impersonating a police vehicle.
No cooling water
No brake fluid
Don't go crazy. There is still brake fluid in an electric car. And they still have radiators of various types for cooling purposes.
The problem is single-line if bodies.
Or not using a tool that auto-indents the code.
There appears to now be a similar, open-source DNS benchmarking program available: namebench. I haven't tried it out, but it looks promising.
Google's dirty tactics include using and selling personal information on end users.
While Google does collect and make use of the personal information of end users, the one thing that they have NEVER done is sell that information to any third parties.
Call it "Walter White Syndrome".