9seconds wrote: snuff wrote:
9seconds wrote:wow... thats some pretty ignorant stuff to be saying in such a smug tone
cos youre denying well known easily verifiable facts in a condescending way.
So lets bring it back.
I was making the argument about how I believe Uber (being a Google backed product) will eventually be used in conjunction with their autonomous car network (Nevada and California are already in the process of passing legislation to allow these). Then you pull out this gem...
9seconds wrote:lol, i wonder how many times google cars will be hired to drive onto the back of transport vehicles and stolen.
Too which I rightly highlighted how easy it will be to find these cars being expertly stolen by being driven onto the back of transports (hence the F&F reference) - we're talking about fucking Google mate, have you forgotten about Snowden talking about the NSA's and GCHQ's use of Google Maps? Maybe you're not aware of Novero, or how quickly Tesla patch via their remote connection?
9seconds wrote:smart cars just require smarter thieves, ive been following this a lot lately, seeing some of the latest shit that 4wd owners are putting in their rigs, any truck thief has a gps jammer, get with the times snuff
So you are right in that thieves evolve with technology - the evolution of atm theft is evidence of this, maybe we could see more prolific ODB-II hacking? I don't know. However, with video game piracy only having about 2 years left due to the sophistication of drm, somehow I think a company with pretty much the smartest people on the planet working for it are going to come out on top here. Will some people try it on and attempt to steal some of these, probably. Will they be successful, possibly. But like I said, at the end of the day if you're stealing cars you're a fucking dummy.