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    • David Elliott Lewis
      David Elliott Lewis

      Driving fail. The car's left turn from Grove Street to Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco aimed for the far right lane in a six lane road (three lanes each direction). If not illegal, it is certainly ill advised to left turn into the far right lane. This AI auto driving tech has a way to go. This happens at 56 seconds into the video.

      about 1 year ago
    • Chase Higgins
      Chase Higgins

      I’ll take your word for it 👌🏻

      about 1 year ago
    • Tony French
      Tony French

      very zen

      about 1 year ago
    • SilentDrex

      There is absolutely nothing in this video that shows any evidence whatsoever of a self-driving car.

      about 1 year ago
    • James Heumann
      James Heumann In reply to SilentDrex

      Arnold Tamez yup annoying precautions

      about 1 year ago
    • Arnold Tamez
      Arnold Tamez In reply to SilentDrex

      0:48 and 2:20 are the kinds of precaution a self driving car would make.

      about 1 year ago
    • SilentDrex
      SilentDrex In reply to SilentDrex

      "the *SAME* fellow"? huh? ....strange!

      No. I don't believe in conspiracy theories. Not the World Trade Center conspiracy. Not UFO secrets. Not deep state. The only one I take with any kind of seriousness is Oliver Stone's "JFK" story.

      However, GM have been talking crap for a long time. Their former boss has been spreading lies against Tesla.
      So yea, I won't put it past them to be blowing hot air now because they are scared sh**less at how soon they'll be dead

      about 1 year ago
    • brainwashedliberals
      brainwashedliberals In reply to SilentDrex

      SilentDrex Why would it be so difficult to believe it is self driving? Lol Yes of course this is a spoof false advertisement ploy by GM because they could care less that false advertisement is a crime..because that's so rational lol it's pretty much common knowledge by now that companies have been working on this for a long time and have verifiable success such as Google lol I'm going to take a wild guess here and say you are the same fellow that believes an assortment of conspiracy theories right?

      about 1 year ago