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@9_OPS self driving cars coming soon... and #facts ....... A 26 year old #Coderz did release software titled 'comma ai' which is open source software for self driving cars. He says his invention is better than #Telsa automotive driving software... Maybe #Telsa will come #buy him out. full video in bio link. #bloomberg#linux#startup#selfdrivingcars#google#hack#iphone#android#honda#selfdriving#invention#automation#highway#move_out_da_way#nextlevel#westcoast#cashout //from wiki//
Since September 2015, Hotz has been working on his own AI startup called comma.ai. In an interview with Bloomberg, Hotz revealed he is building vehicular automation technology based on artificial intelligence algorithms. Hotz has built a working self-driving 2016 Acura ILX, which he demonstrated on the I-280 in a video. The video prompted a cease and desist letter from the California department of motor vehicles. Hotz wants to sell his technology to Tesla Motors and he has reported to have talked to CEO Elon Musk and is working on proving his technology to be superior to that of MobilEye, which, at the time, was used for Tesla Autopilot.  Hotz claims that Musk offered him $12 million (minus $1 million for every month it took Hotz to work on the task) to create a driving system that could replace the MobilEye solution currently used in Tesla vehicles. Tesla later released a statement on their website citing corrections to the Bloomberg article, stressing that their autopilot system was developed in-house, with a vision chip component from MobilEye, instead of one separate autopilot system manufactured by MobilEye, as suggested by Hotz in the interview with Bloomberg. Tesla CEO Elon Musk offered advice on Hotz's self-driving car project in a recent interview. George Hotz's opinion regarding the California Department of Motor Vehicles's new regulations concerning autonomous vehicles is not known.
On 2016-10-27, the NHTSA informed Hotz that this product was legally required to comply with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, and requested information that would confirm such compliance. On 2016-10-28, George Hotz tweeted from Shenzhen tha
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Crude prices could plunge toward $30/bbl, a rout of about 40% from current levels, unless OPEC extends production cuts that are propping up the market, ABN Amro Bank NV said. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries agreed at the end of November to limit collective production by 1.2 MMbpd. It then got support from non-member nations, most notably Russia, that meant total planned curbs of about 1.8 MMbpd. However, the agreed period for those reductions was the first half of this year, leaving uncertainty about what happens from July. Source: Bloomberg #oilcut#oilprice#bbl#price#barrel#usdollar#opec#bloomberg#news#amro#bank#netherlands#london#energy#oilandgas#plunge