So then - when everyone does that - the car companies will have to be bailed out again?
...the city that's often portrayed as the world's biggest terrorism target.
Bagdad or Jerusalem?
In the end, there will of course be legislation, so that others will have to change their behaviour. That's what it's all about.
How do you sell something "unilaterally"? Is that the same as giving things away?
Yeah. And what a silly question, when any-one who has seen Terminator 2 knows that robots can be both good and evil.
"what if the public find out I'm a crook and string me up for my crimes?"
*stamp* "TOP SECRET"
So, problem solved.
But he said he will make more tutorial videos. Surely something is discoverable if you can learn about it in a tutorial video.
You may be right, but remember that while the automobile created a lot of jobs, it also put a lot of horses out of business.
Finally, we'll all be safe. Finally.
See in North America, we have this premise that "whatever is not spelled out in law is permitted."
That's... That's crazy. What if someone gets upset, or if something isn't perfectly safe?!
(In principle it's like that here too, of course. But in practice it matters very little, for we have laws about pretty much everything.)
censorship for no good reason.
You must not be a Finn. Tax Evasion and Doing Things Without The Proper Permits are very serious offenses in all the Nordic countries. That shit may fly in Somalia, Wiki, but not here.
That is, what libertarianism means in practice is that if your oppressor isn't using violence to oppress you, you're on your own.
The problem with this logic is that society needs a certain number of people to work in those low end jobs.
Meanwhile, at the Google Robotics Division...
Why would they even chase you so that you notice? With ubiquitous surveillance in our future, where are you going to run to?
(As i understand it, something similar has been standard procedure for the police in my country since they got helicopters. There are never any long high speed car chases. If someone tries to run, the police send up a helicopter and it and the police cars follow the fugitives discreetly, until they either they stop somewhere and are then arrested, or until the pursuers decide to phone the next police district along the road to set up a road block, where they are stopped and arrested.)
But you've got to admit that this is at least a) news and b) for nerds.