I always just assumed it was the trying to go as fast as one can up a high twisting mountain road with steep drop offs all over that made it dangerous.
I’m going with “lack of guardrails”
In 1989 I brought a Micro Machine Blue Angels F-18 for Show & Tell in Kindergarten. It was stolen from my locker and the culprit was caught the same day, because he was 5. I transferred schools after a few weeks and never saw the guy again, until we ran into each other in a college bar. He turned the story around that … Read more
Lol! Dude, what? Humans can’t infer? Why is there a word for it? Why does the concept of inference exist if we can’t do it? Of course it’s based on known information. That’s what inference is. A computer can’t infer anything. It needs explicit instructions to identify inputs and it needs explicit instructions to make… Read more
Rationally, close to 100% of collisions will be caused by human error when 100% of cars are driven by humans. If you replace every car and driver with an autonomous vehicle, that percentage will go to zero, and the percentage caused by faulty AI will approach 100%. Whether the total number of collisions goes down or… Read more
The first fully charged pull does not matter that much I agree. The issue is that the 5th pull is over 6 seconds on the Tesla and still under 3 on the Porsche. This means that as you go about your day of driving your ability to merge, overtake and calculate distances is different while still being in the same car. I… Read more