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The Motley Fool : Driverless self driving car Cars Are Going to Disrupt the Airline Industry
The Motley Fool
Skipping the hassle of flying – and the different headache of driving – gives self-driving cars a leg up when people are choosing how to travel. Read the full story
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The  Motley  Fool  :  Driverless  self  driving  car  Cars  Are  Going  to  Disrupt  Airline  Industry  komal  neha  sonu  neeraj 
june 2019 by neerajsinghvns
Easy Electric Cars: Tesla's Robotaxi network has been announced - How will it work?
Easy Electric Cars
During Tesla's autonomy day for investors on the 22nd April, Musk announced that he was confident there would be a network of Robotaxis up and running by the end of 2020. That sounds great, but investors are rightfully sceptical, resulting in a drop in TSLA stock. Elon Musk does have a tendency to set unlikely... Read the full story
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To reach a Robotaxi level of autonomy, cars are going to need to be at autonomy level 5. That’s the top of a series of 5 levels set by the NHTSA in the USA. Here are the different levels:
Level 0 – No autonomy.
Level 1 – Driver assistance, such as adaptive cruise control.
Level 2 – Functions such as automated acceleration and steering, but the driver must remain alert at all times. (Where many autonomous systems are now)
Level 3 – A driver is not necessary, but must be able to take control of the vehicle at all times. (Where Tesla is).
Level 4 – Capable of performing all driving functions under certain conditions. (That’s where Waymo operates).
Level 5 – All driver functions in all conditions, no driver needed.
Tesla  taxi  roboTaxi  needsEditing  questionable  self  driving  car  different  levels  level  of  autonomy  automation 
may 2019 by neerajsinghvns
Common Self-Publishing Acronyms - ISBN US -
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Common  Self-Publishing  Acronyms  -  ISBN  US  |  isbn-us  acronym  self  publishing  author  authors 
november 2017 by neerajsinghvns
What's CSS? - CSS: An Overview | Codecademy
http://www.codecademy.com/courses/web-beginner-en-TlhFi/0?curriculum_id=5035038ff76159000200b73c#!/exercises/5;;;
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This brings us to a quick (but noteworthy!) concept in HTML: the self-closing tag.

Because nothing ever goes between tags, it's okay to use a single set of s to be the opening and closing tags. You do that like so:

You may have noticed us do something similar with the tag:

Most tags are not self-closing, but we'll point out the self-closing ones to help save you time and typing.
self  closing  tags  tag  css  html5  html  codecademy 
january 2013 by neerajsinghvns

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