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Is Software Spoiling Us? Innovations in Daily Life from Software

  • February 2018
  • By Jeff Boleng
  • In this podcast, which was excerpted from the webinar Is Software Spoiling Us?, the panel discusses awesome innovations in daily life that are made possible because of software.
  • Publisher: Software Engineering Institute
  • “One of the other areas where I think we have seen some extreme impressive advances is in the areas of self-driving cars. People do not tend to think of it, but a self-driving car is much more difficult than just, Put a train on the track and, put a robot on the speed pedal...If a person is coming down the street, a human driver will slow down a little bit to indicate they have seen the person, even if they don’t need to slow down. That kind of behavior is very difficult to train into a machine.” “ ”
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    This series of podcasts presents excerpts from a recent SEI virtual event, Is Software Spoiling Us. Jeff Boleng, acting chief technical officer, moderated the discussion, which featured a panel of SEI researchers: Grace Lewis, Eliezer Kanal, Joseph Yankel, and Satya Venneti. In this podcast, the panel discusses awesome innovations in daily life that are made possible because of software.

     

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  • Jeff Boleng

    Jeff Boleng