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    Hyundai Develops Machine Learning Cruise Control

      ...can it read your thoughts?...

    Hyundai Motor Group has announced they have developed the first Machine Learning based Smart Cruise Control (SCC-ML). This new technology can read the driver's behavior and incorporate the driving style into the cruise control's system. It incorporates artificial intelligence with advanced driver assistant system that is essential to self-driving technology. 

    Previously, the driver had to manually adjust factors like distance to the next vehicle and acceleration.  Now with machine learning, the SCC can fine-tune these settings by reading a driver's habits.  Even the same driver may accelerate differently depending on the situation. SCC is now able to read those different situations and adjust acceleration to the driver's preferences automatically. 

    The system is specifically programmed to avoid learning unsafe driving patterns. 

    The system is planned for Hyundai group vehicles in the future with an upcoming Highway Driving Assist system that features land change assist. SCC-ML achieves level 2.5 self driving. 

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    Source and images:  Hyundai Motor America



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    Just now, ccap41 said:

    Then WTF are you arguing about if they're doing it?!? 

    OMG you're the one that's arguing!! You said V2V is useless and I said to read up on it then make an educated comment. Now you say it's "damn near useless" other than "useless" so you're making some progress. 

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    16 hours ago, USA-1 said:

    OMG you're the one that's arguing!! You said V2V is useless and I said to read up on it then make an educated comment. Now you say it's "damn near useless" other than "useless" so you're making some progress. 

    Your reading comprehension level is dogsh!t. Read the whole thing before jumping to a conclusion.

    How many times do I have to say that it IS USELESS UNLESS THERE ARE ENOUGH VEHICLES USING IT. 

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    37 minutes ago, ccap41 said:

    Your reading comprehension level is dogsh!t. Read the whole thing before jumping to a conclusion.

    How many times do I have to say that it IS USELESS UNLESS THERE ARE ENOUGH VEHICLES USING IT. 

    You obviously don't get it poor little Millennial keyboard warrior, but that's ok. Do you need a participation trophy to feel better about yourself? I never said they are using V2V now with 2 cars moron obviously that's why they need other manufacturers onboard. You didn't even know what it was until I brought it up so you're welcome you learned something.   

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    10 minutes ago, Drew Dowdell said:

    Both of you knock it off! Put each other on ignore.

    Legitimately, what did I do for him to start firing off towards me? 

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    Please mansplain how the system is effective without a large portion of the vehicles on the road using it? 

    That's all I stated. 

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    On 10/24/2019 at 1:10 PM, USA-1 said:

    Vehicles with V2V have the onboard EAB system integrated so local vehicle braking is covered and there will obviously be more than one GM vehicle in traffic if they implemented it in all GM vehicles. They are constantly studying American driving habits, it's how they came up with 40 mi. of electric range for the first EREV Volt because a study they ran found that 40 mi. is the average American drivers round trip work commute. So I'm pretty sure GM engineers know more about cars and our daily traffic congestion than you do.

    It must be exhausting for you to constantly try to prove people or technology wrong on here...

    Are these the same GM engineers responsible for all those faulty ignitions (Barely a decade ago) or is that a different set of engineers? 
     

    Asking for a friend. 

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    1 hour ago, ocnblu said:

    ?????????

    Yes, unlike you, I have friends. Made a lot a of friends during my time as a “lot hockey” (as you pointed out a few months ago before your little “hiatus”). It’s a novel concept you should try out sometime. 
     


     

     

    My question was a legitimate one since the GM fanboy is claiming that GM engineers are always on the ball. 
     

    Also, maybe I should just display this next time before getting troll responses. Just the same old one brand fanboy nonsense.


     

     

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    48 minutes ago, surreal1272 said:

    “lot hockey”

    ?????  Well it's a lot JOCKEY.  What sort of bull hockey is this

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    1 hour ago, ocnblu said:

    ?????  Well it's a lot JOCKEY.  What sort of bull hockey is this

    Be cause autocorrect sucks ass (“lot hockey” iPhone). much like your past condescending comments about my choice of work (or second job in this case). 
     

    Stick to the subject at hand. I asked someone, who was not you, about the engineers at GM and there was actually a pretty good reason for it. Your weak personal jibe does not change this fact. Offer something of substance for once in your life or F off. It’s just that simple. 
     

    Seriously,

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    1 hour ago, surreal1272 said:

    Yes, unlike you, I have friends. Made a lot a of friends during my time as a “lot hockey” (as you pointed out a few months ago before your little “hiatus”). It’s a novel concept you should try out sometime. 
     


     

     

    My question was a legitimate one since the GM fanboy is claiming that GM engineers are always on the ball. 
     

    Also, maybe I should just display this next time before getting troll responses. Just the same old one brand fanboy nonsense.


     

     

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    Where in this whole string did I say GM engineers are always on the ball?

    I do prefer GM vehicles because I have now and in the past had very good vehicles from Chevrolet, GMC and Cadillac as well as my whole family to include Pontiac when it was still around, but I've also had a BMW 540i and an Audi Q7 in the past as well so I have owned and driven vehicles outside of GM makes and models.

    We've had 15 - 20 vehicles at one time from Ford, Dodge and GM trucks and vans in our electrical contracting business for the past 35 years and the GM trucks have always held up better and have had a more reliable powertrain (all with the same regular maint.) so I have a reason to like a certain brand of vehicles having owned many different ones.

    I'm not saying GM is perfect because no brand is, but is there something wrong with being loyal to a brand that's been good to me? 

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