Driverless cars could be the future of racing | Translogic 202
Autonomous enthusiasts at Thunderhill Raceway and a visit with George Hotz.
"That would be fun," said Schachter. "We have to make sure it's interesting. If it's just robots driving perfectly, that's not exciting."
"I think we'll figure it out."
We also check in with George Hotz, originally famous for unlocking the iPhone and now builder of driverless cars. Hotz shared his story of how he got involved with autonomous technology through a disagreement with Elon Musk.
"Elon Musk was originally going to give me money to build this for his Tesla," said Hotz of his driverless car. "Elon changed the deal at the last minute, said no...[I] bought this car, made it drive itself."
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