What time is joe speaking?
I call this the "Good Samaritan" syndrome. People who, in actuality, are putting themselves and others in danger by ceding a right of way that not only do they not possess, but they create a situation that no educated driver is expecting. How "accidents" happen. FSD will take care of this, hopefully.No, not only is it not universal, I am not aware of any driving jurisdiction in the USA or Canada where drivers should negotiate the right-of-way at an intersection with each other. Because the person who has the right-of-way is determined by who came to a stop at the intersection first. If it was tie, then the position of the vehicles relative to one another determines right-of-way. The right-of-way exists without any need for driver's to negotiate or gift it and the negotiating or gifting of it is almost always the result of a driver that doesn't even know the basic rules of the road.
If someone tries to "gift" the right-of-way to me, when I do not have the right-of-way, I ignore them. If they don't take the right-of-way even though they have had generous opportunities to do so, I will go, generally quickly enough and taking a path such that I always have an out should I see they have decided to finally go. I'm not going to sit there for 5 minutes if they are not taking their right-of-way.
If I ever see an AI driven vehicle signal that it's yielding the right of way to a vehicle that doesn't have the right of way, I will know the Ai developers didn't properly filter which human drivers were used to train the neural net.
this has always bugged the living *sugar* out of me. there are usually obvious hazards in accepting the "gift" and straying from the written rules of the road, but they are oblivious in their well-meaning.I call this the "Good Samaritan" syndrome. People who, in actuality, are putting themselves and others in danger by ceding a right of way that not only do they not possess, but they create a situation that no educated driver is expecting. How "accidents" happen. FSD will take care of this, hopefully.
What time is joe speaking?
Only way we hit 700 this week is if Q1 P/D come in Thursday morning as a surprise and they're great numbers.....which is why I picked my 700/710 Calls for next Friday. I debated on picking up a couple 700 Calls for this week expiration but I think it's a very small chance they release numbers Thursday morning. Maybe I should have just bought 1 or 2 Calls just for the fun of it
Only 100k? I wouldn't be shocked to see it 4x that. The consumer truck market is gigantic, and the civil market will also be big. Especially if Biden really pushes agencies on buying EVs.Bahaha, classic Jonas only thinks 100k cybertrucks by 2025. Back to being a clown.
It's not about the demand, looks like MS is expecting Elon to personally build these CT by hand by only making 25k first year of full production, and 50k second year of full production.Only 100k? I wouldn't be shocked to see it 4x that. The consumer truck market is gigantic, and the civil market will also be big. Especially if Biden really pushes agencies on buying EVs.
Did anyone catch what's going on over at Canoo? Their supposed deal to engineer EVs for Hyundai is dead. They had a bizarre quarterly conference call from a remote office rather than HQ, and on the call, instead of the CEO, were newly hired business execs plus the board chairman who'd joined from the SPAC. They announced they were going to build their own "mega microfactories" instead of outsourcing manufacturing. As a Tesla investor the insourcing and vertical integration sound great. But the call also gave off weird vibes that there's some sort of power struggle going on at the company where the current CEO is imminently about to be fired and the newly hired execs are camping out in Dallas because they aren't being allowed to enter the main office in Los Angeles.
880 is a good number for the 150k deliveries this quarter and 100k ct's in 2025. It's really low for what is actually going to happenMorgan stanley likely lowballing #s for CT. This way the price target appears justified and he can easily modify as things Tesla continues to execute. Usually I would troll Jonas but 880 is not a bad target for this year at least. Thats around 40% higher than current SP.
Here is Dan Ives predicting 14,000 Model S/X deliveries in Q1 based on 'checks' he did.
Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) will beat Wall Street expectations of 170,000 deliveries for the first quarter and restore momentum for the company’s stock and electric...www.benzinga.com
A 10k tax credit will mean that your Cybertruck will be free due to your investment gains, probably far more than just one.
And now that Model S engineering mule spotted a few months back with lidar sensors on it makes sense.I've just read the patent. Quite difficult (though not impossible) to get around. This is basically using radar/lidar to find distances and velocities of objects, associate them with optical, use optical to disambiguate (using time) then using those distances to objects to train a vision only model which is then used in the cars.
IIRC Tesla had a few cars with LIDAR, data collected by them were probably used by this algorithm.
TMC is a woke organisation - any jokes about German humour should be left until tomorrow morning.Now, after everyone laughed at their new name, Volkswagen is claiming it was all a joke.
Volkswagen AG's U.S. unit will not change its name even after the German automaker issued a statement on Tuesday saying it would, three sources briefed on the matter said.www.reuters.com
Are you starting on the HUD thing again...I don’t know if this has been posted; but, I believe it bears repeating...