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Re: Auto Conspiracy
« Reply #50 on: Feb 07, 2019, 02:14:22 pm »
 

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Re: Auto Conspiracy Tesla car autopilot veers off highway, crashes
« Reply #51 on: Feb 21, 2019, 05:27:17 am »
 

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TESLA TERMINATOR: Tesla car autopilot veers off highway, crashes into road signs as driver locked out of all controls
http://www.intellihub.com/tesla-terminator-tesla-car-autopilot-veers-off-highway-crashes-into-road-signs-as-driver-locked-out-of-all-controls/





'Elon Musk’s taxpayer-subsidized Tesla death traps are back in the news for trying to kill their drivers.

A man from North Brunswick, New Jersey, reportedly almost died after his rogue Tesla recently decided to crash off the highway – the vehicle’s so-called “autopilot” mode taking control and plowing right into several objects before coming to a sudden halt.

Local news reports indicate that the Tesla vehicle “got confused due to the lane markings,” which resulted in its inability to decipher between the highway’s driving lane and the exit lane. The driver of the Tesla says the “autopilot” split the difference and went down “the middle,” before veering off the highway entirely and crashing. The driver says he tried to take control of the Tesla and override the “autopilot,” but that the vehicle “would not let him.”

While initial reports contained a statement from Tesla that “the driver always has control,” these statements were later removed without explanation.

This incident in New Jersey is hardly isolated, as there have been multiple reports of Tesla cars getting “confused” while running on “autopilot.” The vehicles apparently have a difficult time with highway exits, and often don’t know whether to keep going, take the exit, or go down “the middle.”

Tesla insists that its cars are completely safe, and that drivers are always able to override the “autopilot” function. But that, too, appears to be a lie, as cases of Teslas overriding their drivers are on the rise.'



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A.I. Take the Wheel: Backseat Driver Technology Will Monitor You INSIDE Your Car
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“As vehicles get smarter, your car will be keeping eyes on you,” a recent Reuters report threatened. New backseat driver tech aims to monitor you inside your car.

Gary Numan once sang in the song “Cars,” which sounded futuristic in its time:

Here in my car
I feel safest of all
I can lock all my doors
It’s the only way to live
In cars

However, the age of cars being a symbol of freedom, autonomy, and self-responsibility appear to be over. <strong>Your car could actually report you to the police.</strong>

The cars of the near-future don’t feel like the safe, private space about which Numan sang. And the responsibility is moving away from the driver over to A.I. in a sort of Wall-E type society. Cars are becoming more like moving living rooms at the cost of personal freedom.

That is to say that self-driving, smart cars are here to stay and will monitor you and possibly report on you as they record you in your vehicle.

Today we are talking about interior-facing, driver monitoring tech which the media endearingly calls “a backseat driver.” But the technology actually has more control than a nagging passenger merely trying to direct your driving.'



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Re: Auto Conspiracy - Tesla Car ONLY $35,000
« Reply #54 on: Mar 01, 2019, 07:05:11 am »
 

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Tesla launches its most affordable car yet: Firm FINALLY unveils $35,000 base version of its Model 3 but you'll only be able to buy it online
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-6757987/The-wait-Tesla-suspends-orders-website-ahead-announcement.html



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Re: Auto Conspiracy - Volvo to limit ALL cars to 112mph
« Reply #55 on: Mar 04, 2019, 06:29:32 am »
 

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Volvo to become first car maker to limit the top speed of ALL its vehicles - models produced from NEXT YEAR will be restricted to a maximum of 112mph

* All cars built from 2020 will be electronically speed limited to 112mph at all times
* Limiters will only be deactivated for special cases, such as use by the police
* All new cars are due to have mandatory Intelligent Speed Assistance systems in the next three years
* Volvo says it wants no individual to die or be seriously injured in one of its cars from next year

By Rob Hull For Thisismoney.co.uk
Published: 11:53, 4 March 2019
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/cars/article-6768745/Volvo-car-maker-speed-limit-vehicles-112mph-2020.html



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Re: Auto Conspiracy - We drive the new electric Mini
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We drive the new electric Mini... the car German bosses say WON'T be built in Oxford if there's a no-deal Brexit
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/cars/article-6773617/We-drive-electric-Mini-car-not-built-UK.html



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Smart alarms left 3 million cars vulnerable to hackers who could turn off motors
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'Ring the alarm.

Two popular smart alarm systems for cars had major security flaws that allowed potential hackers to track the vehicles, unlock their doors and, in some cases, cut off the engine.

The vulnerabilities could be exploited with two simple steps, security researchers from Pen Test Partners, who discovered the flaw, said Friday.

The problems were found in alarm systems made by Viper and Pandora Car Alarm System, two of the largest smart car alarm makers in the world. The two brands have as many as 3 million customers between them and make high-end devices that can cost thousands. Like other smart devices, smart car alarms offer people convenience, allowing owners to find their cars from a distance and unlock their doors from their phones. Pen Test Partners said it reached out to Viper and Pandora in late February and the companies fixed the security issues in less than a week. They had discovered the flaws last October.

In a statement from Directed Electronics, which owns Viper, the company said it didn't believe the vulnerability was used maliciously.

"We immediately worked with our service provider to diagnose and correct this security issue. After investigation, we concluded that this vulnerability was an unintentional result of a recent system update made by our service provider," the company said in a statement.

Pandora did not respond to a request for comment.

Like smart locks, TVs and cameras, smart car alarms are susceptible to cyberattacks and security flaws. The growth of smart devices, which integrate connected technology into everyday devices, has made the internet of things an easy target and created a new type of security threat.'



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