It's doable in the near future, though more computing power than we have now will be required
SB Easwaran | January 7, 2019 | Delhi
In a J.G. Ballard short story called *The Subliminal Man*, the expressways have rubber studs, spaced progressively apart in the lanes for 40, 50, 60, and 70 miles per hour. The tyre treads and the studs intermesh to produce a smooth hum only if the vehicle moves at the exact lane speed. Driving faster or slower causes severe juddering, painful to the driver and passengers and harmful to the vehicle. The idea is high on wow quotient. But it belongs in the sci-fi imagination of the electromechanical 1960s.
AI-based self-learning algorithms are already helping stock-brokers make money
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It’s doable in the near future, though more computing power than we have now will be required
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One of the biggest pains of city life will be alleviated
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