Robots, Apple Robots, Autonomous Vehicle Robots, and Foldable Phones with John Martellaro – ACM 503


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This episode is all about robots! Apple robots, military robots, delivery repots, preacher robots, manufacturing robots, and self driving car robots! Bryan Chaffin is joined by guest host John Martellaro to deep into what’s happening with robots today and what they expect for robots in the future. Put your SciFi futurist cap on for this one. They also talk about foldable phones, or as they like to think of it, the netbook of 2019.

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Apple Robots, Foldable Phones w/ John Martellaro - ACM 503

11:02 PM Feb. 28th, 2019 | 1:08:42

This episode is all about robots! Apple robots, military robots, delivery repots, preacher robots, manufacturing robots, and self driving car robots! Bryan Chaffin is joined by guest host John Martellaro to deep into what’s happening with robots today and what they expect for robots in...

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  1. joe_u

    Cruise Automation is General Motors Autonomous Vehicle program based in San Francisco, CA, Looks like GM squired Cruise Automation in 2016.

    So, a formable player in the vehicle automation field not to be ignored.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cruise_Automation

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6tiyZXKwdOA

    Below is Consumer Watchdog’s entire web page on robot-cars A.K.A autonomous vehicles. Jamie Court the president of Consumer Watchdog is pushing for dedicated roads for autonomous vehicles and wants them not to be in a mixed use environment with human driven cars.

    https://www.consumerwatchdog.org/robot-cars

    The autonomous vehicle developers will counter that by saying that the only way autonomous vehicles can learn is by being in the mixed use environment, safety vs. autonomous learning.

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