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"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:53 min | 3 months ago

"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

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"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Mortgage experience. Call us today at 8338 rocket or go to rocket mortgage dot com To learn more rate started to change 1.75% feed receive. This is kind of late to call for cost. Mation conditions, equal housing lender lessons in all 50 states and unless number 30 30 8 50 for Tesla's change the name of its driver assist system to something that experts say is even more misleading to consumers. Autopilot is out. Tesla's now calling the system full self driving. A driver assistant can't be self driving much less full, self driving law professor Brian Walker Smith at the University of South Carolina who studies autonomous vehicles. Tells Can X. Tesla is opening itself up to a host of liability issues from the Federal Trade Commission and its counterparts for deceptive marketing, potentially from the California DMV. Crossing into the realm of autonomous vehicle testing without state approval, he says, even from competitors with similar systems and possible future crash victims Tesla does worn in smaller print driver's still have to supervise their vehicle. However, the company can't use its fine print to contradict its advertising. Federal regulators of automakers say they'll be watching Tesla closely and in a statement say no vehicle for purchase today is capable of driving itself. Karen Adams can x 10 70 NewsRadio President Mike Pence. Chief of staff test positive for growing a virus. That story in five minutes top of the hour from CBS at nine o'clock, right out a 55 traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the five Here's Jeff Biggs. All right. Well, let's wrap up this eight o'clock hour with us some good news. The CHP is canceled, Not.

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"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:30 min | 3 months ago

"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"6 50 for Tesla's changing the name of it. Driver assist system to something, experts say is even more misleading to consumers. Autopilot is out. Tesla's now calling the system full self driving a driver assistant system can't be self driving much less full, self driving law professor Brian Walker Smith at the University of South Carolina who studies autonomous vehicles. Tells Can X. Tesla is opening itself up to a host of liability issues from the Federal Trade Commission and its counterparts for defective marketing, potentially from the California DMV. Crossing into the realm of autonomous vehicle testing without state approval, he says, even from competitors with similar systems and possible future crash victims Tesla does worn in smaller print driver's still have to supervise their vehicle. However, the company can't use its fine print to contradict its advertising. Federal regulators of automakers say they'll be watching Tesla closely and in a statement say no vehicle for purchase today is capable of driving itself. Karen Adams can extend 70 NewsRadio coming up top of the hour. Seven o'clock from CBS will have the latest when it comes to the campaign trail on former President Obama and current President Trump on the campaign trail along with Joe Biden. All that coming up for you and just five minutes right now, 6 55. Perfect weather together every 10 minutes on the fives Here is Jeff Diggs. Alright, we wrap up this hour with a new problem, and McCoy MMA is on the five South connector to the South bound 1 73 car injury crash That's blocking the carpool and still have that similar working in Compton or found 7 10 of the 91. This was a three car collision featuring an overturned car, a big rig that ended up on its side. And as a result, we have a couple of lanes blocked off there for a least another half hour or so till they get that straightened up. Still very slow in west l. A. The test 10 eastbound connected to the north out of four or five. That's 22, a two car crash blocking the right. Two lanes. The backup there is before Cloverfield and up in Palmdale, it is driving sleep. On the North bound 14 and Pear blossom highway. That's because there's a mattress in one of the middle lanes and Caltrans already out. Montebello on the eastbound 63 lanes closed from Finn later Rosemead form or pavement rehab. The next report coming up at 705. I'm Jeff with Mohr. Traffic reports more often. Okay, next 10 70 news radio. Checking the weather picture. Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers after midnight, and we're talking very slight, like 20%.

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"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"You save Get full details on the example policy. It's a micro dot com slash Jones your premium, good, very depending on your health issue in company and other factors not available in all states Pants for 53. Tesla's changing the name of its driver assist system to something that experts say is even more misleading for consumer autopilot is out. Tesla's now calling the system full self driving. A driver assistant can't be self driving much Wass full, self driving law professor Brian Walker Smith at the University of South Carolina who studies autonomous vehicles. Tells Can X. Tesla is opening itself up to a host of liability issues from the Federal Trade Commission. And it's the counterparts for deceptive marketing, potentially from the California DMV. Crossing into the realm of autonomous vehicle testing without state approval, he says, even from competitors with similar systems and possible future crash victims Tesla does worn in smaller print driver's still have to supervise their vehicle. However, the company can't use its fine print to contradict its advertising. Federal regulators of automakers say they'll be watching Tesla closely and in a statement say no vehicle for purchase today is capable of driving itself. Karen Adams can x 10 70 NewsRadio. Even a little pollution is too much pollution, According to a new study, the British scientists found small increases and people's exposure to air pollution are linked to significant rises in depression and anxiety. They also found people living in places with higher levels of pollution for twice as likely to experience mental health issues as those in the least polluted areas. The researchers acknowledge that other factors are important for mental health, such as genetics and childhood experiences. But they add that unlike those Air pollution can be prevented. Vicki Barker,.

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"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:20 min | 3 months ago

"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"These people have done with the very spooky display. In the front of their house. Chris Seton Keough Next 10 70 NewsRadio Kessler changing the name of its driver assist system, something that experts say is even Maura. Misleading for consumer autopilot is out. Tesla's now calling the system full self driving. A driver assistant can't be self driving much Wass full, self driving law professor Brian Walker Smith at the University of South Carolina who studies autonomous vehicles. Tells Can X. Tesla is opening itself up to a host of liability issues from the Federal Trade Commission. And it's the counterparts for deceptive marketing, potentially from the California DMV. Crossing into the realm of autonomous vehicle testing without state approval, he says, even from competitors with similar systems and possible future crash victims Tesla does worn in smaller print driver's still have to supervise their vehicle. However, the company can't use its fine print to contradict its advertising. Federal regulators of automakers say they'll be watching Tesla closely and in a statement say no vehicle for purchase today is capable of driving itself. Karen Adams can x 10 70 NewsRadio Weld them together every 10 minutes on the 5 to 55. Here's Tim Green, but well, they say they are there, but there's no slowing. So are they. They're two mattresses in the two left lanes. North found 405. Getty Center, Dr. No cars nearby that may have dropped them and no real apparent slowing over. Suppose it'd pass. So why is open but might not be anything to look for West found 101 through Sherman Oaks. As you cross the 405. You will find some slowing. There was somebody stalled in the right lane and Haskell, which is the first exit west of the 405, and as of abundant ago, they were still there. So it's a slow all the way back now to Fulton, or at least before Woodman. Let's call it that South bound on the Hollywood Freeway into downtown Western Is where it begins to slow and then it takes you all the way into past the 1 10 before things pick up at all next traffic, reported 305. I'm Tim Green Wood with more traffic reports more often. Okay, Next. 10 70 news radio. There was actually a possibility of something we haven't seen in a long time in Southern California Rain about a 20% chance of rain after midnight into tomorrow.

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"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Attendees can also accumulate Puma points for how many exhibits they visit with prizes for the top leaders. Best part yet it's free Margaret Career O K annexed 10 70 news radio and you can go to pee 20 to wonderland dot org's toe register before the event begins 11 a.m. today. The little Tokyo Arts District Metro station will be closed for the next two years. Starting today. This comes as part of the construction of a new project that will connect a new line to Azusa connected with the L Line construction on second Effect Service from Union Station to the Little Tokyo Arts District and the PICO Aliso stations. Going to be free bus services. All three of those stations to transport any passengers who are affected experts scratching their heads over Tessalit changing the name of its drivers. This system from auto pilot to full self driving a law professor at the University of South Carolina who studies autonomous vehicles tells Can X. The name change is going in the wrong direction. Autopilot was meeting but Technically, maybe justifiable, full self driving use. One of test was terms ludicrous and dangerous, Brian Walker, Smith says, as Tesla plans to roll out the system to a CZ many as one million drivers this year, he says, even the company's fine print disclaimer that driver's still need to supervise their vehicles isn't going to protect it from lawsuits, he adds. Not to mention trust issues. I'm actually sympathetic to test was engineering approach. But if we can't trust Tessa when it says it system is full self driving, then why should we trust Tesla when it says its system, and federal regulators say they'll be watching closely and will not hesitate to take action to protect the public against unreasonable risk to safety Karen Adams can next 10 70 NewsRadio 6 50 of your money. Here's Ed Curry with pandemic Driving demand for larger living space is institutional investors air pouring money into a single family rentals. In addition to buying houses on the open market, they're bankrolling subdivisions inventing a new kind of suburban living..

"brian walker smith" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:20 min | 3 months ago

"brian walker smith" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Fi Dick. See Dick, Run, Run, Dick run! I'm going to nail this opening today its wheels with it Well, La's duck show that makes you an insider to the automotive industry. Did special guest this week. The costar of your first great reader. See Jane. See Jane, Run Run, Jane run with a special experience appearance, but spot you already seems to be running. What color On now. See it. See it. Talk, talk and talk. It's Edward Wallace. So after last week's opening, where everybody wrote said that was absolutely the worst Don has ever done blown the opening. I thought we'd get you down to you got to start over and work your way to rehab back up. That's right. I thought I could not write in easier opening for you this week on forgot the term. Parents is not in the first grade reader. You know, you could have spelled it out for me a pier and so on. And you were God. Thanks, Dhani. Morning, everybody. This Ed Wallace, Welcome to wheels for this Saturday morning, And as we go into the week, more news and more nonsense going on. Tesla's earlier this week released their quote unquote. Let's see full self driving software. A small group of owners to test it on public roads. A lot of people wrote about this because Tessa's said we're finally there. We got self driving down here is a software. We're going to give it to Some drivers. Make sure everything works. Great. Bam! You're good to go with one exception. On their website. The disclaimer reads. This does not make the vehicle autonomous drivers will still have to supervise it. Now again. A lot of you have test those. Listen. I have friends and have tassels Lovett lot of ever. It may. In fact, one guy called a very nice guy, an attorney over Fort Worth yelling at me saying that he could put me in his task to turn on auto pilot. We go from here to Huntsville E. Never touch the pedals over the steering wheel. The very next caller. The came in, said you, I have a test, like put it on autopilot. It wouldn't even make the turn to go onto 1 75 to go to Kaufman without running into the guard rail. But I know this At no point Is there anybody? Anybody a Tesla that has the authority to put out beta software for high speed testing on the highway with amateurs? That actually doesn't exist yet. Nobody does anything about it well going on with story. The experts in the field are accusing Kessel of deception, irresponsible marketing, making roads more dangerous. On DH, they said. They're going to roll this out to a million of their drivers by the end of the year. Now, according to Stephen, She failed over. He's a research engineer at the University of California, Berkeley, who has been studying self driving in automobiles for 40 years. Lisa, this is actively misleading people about the capabilities of the system. Now the company refuses to identify who these beta software drivers are. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says it will monitor this closely in spite of the fact they don't know who has the software and they will not hesitate to take action to protect the public. Against unreasonable risk to safety. And yet They haven't done that so far. And we've seen and reported on a number of cases where people had the autopilot on in their Tesla. And had a fatal accident. Typically, Fortunately, I should say Ah, it attended not to kill somebody in another car. I mean, engineered Apple drove into a barrier full on self driving Mr Brown, the case down in Florida ran underneath a semi truck. I'm self driving. I mean, these are gory things. And yet Nobody seems bothered by it. In that telling nobody seems bothered by that if General Motors super cruise on the Cadillac if one person using Super Cruise had a fatal accident there, Cadillac GM would never hear the end of it. But as we go on, let's see. Ah The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, after saying they're going to protect the public against unreasonable risk came out and said no vehicle available for purchase today is capable of driving itself. So even before using the term, full self driving tests had already called it autopilot, which a lot of people think is misleading. The National Transportation Safety Board. In all three of those fatal accidents, faulted Tesla. As the reason the accident happened. The board members. Say they're frustrated that safety recommendations they have been they have made have been ignored by Tesla and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Brian Walker Smith, University of South Carolina Law professor said. It's bad enough. The Tesla uses the term autopilot. But now they're elevating it to full self driving, he said. That has actually reached the point legally of fraudulent. But I've told this said this for some time we're living in the golden age of fraud. Nikola all this stuff That's just nonsense people, but really bitter. Ubid stock in a company that's never built a truck doesn't have a factory. Everything they've promised has turned out to be. Pixie dust. And you bid the stocked a $50 billion. Is that right? On a company that if they had to do their own.

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"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:40 min | 3 months ago

"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"With the very spooky display. In the front of their house. Chris Eden's Keychain Next 10, 70. NewsRadio, Tesla A is changing the name of its drivers. His system, something that experts say is even more misleading to consumer autopilot is out. Tesla's now calling the system full self driving. A driver assistant can't be self driving much less full, self driving law professor Brian Walker Smith at the University of South Carolina who studies autonomous vehicles. Tells Can X. Tesla is opening itself up to a host of liability issues from the Federal Trade Commission. And it's the counterparts for defective marketing, potentially from the California DMV. Crossing into the realm of autonomous vehicle testing without state approval, he says, even from competitors with similar systems and possible future crash victims Tesla does worn in smaller print driver's still have to supervise their vehicle. However, the company can't use its fine print to contradict its advertising. Federal regulators of automakers say they'll be watching Tesla closely and in a statement say no vehicle for purchase today is capable of driving itself. Karen Adams can extend 70 NewsRadio President Trump Joe Biden around campaigning this weekend. That story the top of the hour. It's 5 55 traffic, weather it together every 10 minutes on the fine shoes for expense. Still dealing with this two car smash up in downtown L. A. The eastbound side of the 10 Alameda. The three right lanes blocked now because of it, that's going to back you up. You about Central. If you're headed through Linwood 105 once at Long Beach Boulevard. That's where we've got a fatal accident investigation going on there. That's been going on for most of the morning that you have that 105 closed at the 7 10. Your best bet is to just jump on the 91 west, and you can avoided altogether if you're headed through Kiss. Take five south from Parker, tohave weekend in two right lanes or closer cleaning up. A fuel spill from an earlier big rig rack in act in the 14 north, right for Escondido Canyon and overturned car is on the right shoulder. They may have to close the right wing to try Teo get that operated and out of the way in promoting the West beyond 10 from the 57 toehold country and taken away the three right lanes and the connectors of the 57 north and South. Are all shut down, traffic paving project that's going to slow you down from Fairplex in San Bernadino. If you come down to the home past 15 south before Glen Helen partway to Sierra, they've got the three right lanes closed and you are jammed coming out of that home past. Next report at 605 with more traffic reports more often ARM Rick Smith, Kenya Next 10 70 NewsRadio 63 degrees North Red.

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"brian walker smith" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"brian walker smith" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In handy this weekend, says Con Fire public information officer Steve Hill. We're looking at what looks like a pretty significant event starting Sunday evening. And so it's an appropriate time to be talking about aerial fire suppression. It's already been used to battle flames in the Morago Dorinda area. In Concord carry out a SEC KCBS Teflon is changing the name of its driver assist system to something that experts say is even more misleading to consumers. We get that story from Karen Adams with radio dot com news station K Annex in Los Angeles Auto pilot is out Tesla's now calling the system full self driving a driver assistant system can't be self driving much West full, self driving law professor Brian Walker Smith at the University of South Carolina who studies autonomous vehicles. Tells Can X. Tesla is opening itself up to a host of liability issues from the Federal Trade Commission. And it's the counterparts for deceptive marketing, potentially from the California DMV. Crossing into the realm of autonomous vehicle testing without state approval, he says, even from competitors with similar systems and possible future crash victims Tesla does worn in smaller print driver's still have to supervise their vehicle. However, the company can't use its fine print to contradict its advertising. Federal regulators of automakers say they'll be watching Tesla closely and in a statement say no vehicle for purchase today is capable of driving itself. Again..

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Tesla 'full self-driving' vehicles can't drive themselves

KCBS Radio Midday News

01:10 min | 3 months ago

Tesla 'full self-driving' vehicles can't drive themselves

"A is changing the name of its driver assist system to something that experts say there's even more misleading to consumers will get that story from Karen Adams with radio dot com. NEW Station K at X in Los Angeles Auto pilot is out Tesla's now calling the system full self driving a driver assistant can't be self driving much less full, self driving law professor Brian Walker Smith at the University of South Carolina who studies autonomous vehicles. Tells Can X. Tesla is opening itself up to a host of liability issues from the Federal Trade Commission. And it's the counterparts for deceptive marketing potentially from the California D. M. V. Crossing into the realm of autonomous vehicle testing without state approval, he says, even from competitors with similar systems and possible future crash victims Tesla does worn in smaller print driver's still have to supervise their vehicle. However, the company can't use its fine print to contradict its advertising. Federal regulators of automakers say they'll be watching Tesla closely and in a statement say no vehicle for purchase today is capable of driving driving itself itself here here on on Adam's Adam's reporting reporting from from Can Can xon xon lost. lost. Alice Alice K. K.

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"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:54 min | 3 months ago

"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Of the public corruption in the Civil rights section of the U. S attorney's office, says they're aware of heightened public discussion over issues related the mail in balloting and ballot harvesting. But what he doesn't think that would lead to a rash of incidents of potential voter intimidation or other actions happening. They're taking no chances, but I can't say that Essentially, they're been triple the amount of resources that air dedicated Tio these complaints and concerns and this awareness that means that this FBI command post that will be service throughout Election Day. There's a lot of the resource is being dedicated to it. That specialized FBI Command Post is set to go into operation to feel phone or online reports of any potential violations of election law or vote fraud or voter intimidation of all kinds. From this weekend through Election Day and beyond, if needed, Pete Demetriou Okay in next 10 70 news radio, a proposal for Air gondola that would operate in an Iran birthmark has gotten a lot of pushback. Proponents say it might ease traffic congestion. But the time sells a number of the community groups and the city Councilman David Roof, no longer supported and, in fact a raising concern of the costs and some of the other issues. Friends of Griffith Park has estimated it would cost anywhere from 50 to $70 million per mile, and transportation advocates say none of the trams and they proposed link. I would hook up with the ending of the mass transportation stops. Tesla's changing the name of its driver assistance. Some just some thing some people say is even more confusing and misleading for consumer autopilot is out. Tesla's now calling the system full self driving. A driver assistant can't be self driving much Wass full, self driving law professor Brian Walker Smith at the University of South Carolina who studies autonomous vehicles. Tells Can X. Tesla is opening itself up to a host of liability issues from the Federal Trade Commission. And it's the counterparts for deceptive marketing potentially from the California D. M. V. Crossing into the realm of autonomous vehicle testing without state approval, he says, even from competitors with similar systems and possible future crash victims Tesla does worn in smaller print driver's still have to supervise their vehicle. However, the company can't use its fine print to contradict its advertising. Federal regulators of automakers say they'll be watching Tesla closely and in a statement say no vehicle for purchase today is capable of driving itself. Karen Adams can extend 70 news radio this morning L A police are looking for a hit and run driver who hit and seriously hurt a man in El Sereno. This happened last night, about seven o'clock on Bullard and Avenue, Alhambra. Police say the driver of the white maybe 2020 10, Toyota Tacoma pickup was headed westbound on Alhambra stopped get up for a little bit. Then go back and took off. He's described as Hispanic 30 to 40 a great shirt, Blue Jays and had power Washington equipment in the back of that pickup 9 58 can ex update on money..

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Tesla 'full self-driving' vehicles can't drive themselves

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:04 min | 3 months ago

Tesla 'full self-driving' vehicles can't drive themselves

"Changing the name of its driver assistance. Some just some thing some people say is even more confusing and misleading for consumer autopilot is out. Tesla's now calling the system full self driving. A driver assistant can't be self driving much Wass full, self driving law professor Brian Walker Smith at the University of South Carolina who studies autonomous vehicles. Tells Can X. Tesla is opening itself up to a host of liability issues from the Federal Trade Commission. And it's the counterparts for deceptive marketing potentially from the California D. M. V. Crossing into the realm of autonomous vehicle testing without state approval, he says, even from competitors with similar systems and possible future crash victims Tesla does worn in smaller print driver's still have to supervise their vehicle. However, the company can't use its fine print to contradict its advertising. Federal regulators of automakers say they'll be watching Tesla closely and in a statement say no vehicle for purchase today is capable of driving itself. Karen Adams can extend 70 news radio this

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"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:05 min | 3 months ago

"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Jobs at Disney and related businesses through next March. Most will be in Orange County. Of course, officials with that theme park and other has been calling on the governor to ease things a bit more to try to get them back open. Only kind of public health officials blaming data reporting problems for the recent spike in the new cases, more than 3600 cases were announced the highest number since late July, when the county was in the midst of a covert search officials say about 2000 of those cases are from a backlog, which may continue to affect the numbers for several more days. We've been experienced some significant technical issues. With data reporting systems. Public Health director Barbara Ferrer says the numbers are also affecting the county's test positivity rate, which has been creeping up. We are hopeful that we will be able to resolve The data delays so that by the end of this week we're able to both fixed the numbers for the entire week, but also move forward with more accurate counts. Every day. Total confirmed Covert 19 cases in the county have now topped 294,000 and more than 6900. People have died. We are getting very close. To a horrible threshold here in L. A county of losing 7000 people to covert 19, Despite the recent uptick in case says the county is getting ready to ease more restrictions on businesses and schools. Ferrer says officials will be closely watching the data in order to make progress, she says people will have to double down on prevention measures. Claudia Piscatella ko next 10 70 news radio. Australian media report. Pope Francis has been warned a potential exposure to covert after a Vatican diplomat was infected ambassador to Australia had face to face meeting with the pope at the Vatican on October 6th. Tested positive on his return to Australia. The Vatican has not immediately responded to a request for comment and appeals court says Hooper lift must comply with Ah labor law It's 85, which means they have to treat California driver's his employees instead of independent contractors. That order takes place no sooner than 30 days, and it would guarantee benefits like overtime sickly. But depending on what happens with prop 22 that might not matter. Prop 22 would accept the ride Hailing Giants from the big law. Lot of people wondering about Tesla changing the name of its driver assist system from auto pilot to full self driving, a law professor at the University of South Carolina who studies autonomous vehicles tells Can ex The name change is going in the wrong direction. Autopilot was meeting but technically maybe justifiable, full self driving used one of Tesla's terms ludicrous and dangerous, Brian Walker, Smith says, Is Tesla plans to roll out the system to as many as one million drivers this year, he says, even the company's fine print disclaimer that driver's still need to supervise their vehicles isn't going to protect it from lawsuits, he adds. Not to mention trust issues. I'm actually sympathetic. Test was engineering approach. But if we can't trust Tesla when it says it system is full self driving, then why should we trust Kessler when it says its system, and federal regulators say they'll be watching closely and will not hesitate to take action to protect the public against unreasonable risk to.

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KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:33 min | 3 months ago

"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Continue to cool off this afternoon. Look for lower seventies along the coast, 72 in L A and Orange County metro mid seventies in the valleys, as well as the Inland Empire Lower eighties in the high desert upper sixties for the mountain communities as we head into this weekend, look for pretty gloomy conditions. We even have the potential for some light rain and drizzle to fall, especially as we head into Saturday night and into Sunday and then by the start of next week, we will have Santa Ana winds in the forecast. With Southern California's most accurate and dependable forecasts. I'm CBS to meteorologist Alex Piston for Can extend 70 NewsRadio in L A. Has 68 right now in Redondo Beach. It is 65 in chess worth, it is 62 6 47 can ex cops in San Bernadino shot and injured a man outside a liquor store? The cops reportedly struggled with guy wrestled him to the ground. The guy stood up. And that's when it said that the officer fired several rounds and shooting was recorded on a cell phone. It happened late last night on West baseline straight outside King Tut liquor circumstances leading up to it unclear, of course being investigated Also unclear at this point if the man had a weapon. Several people in the area have been protesting this morning. The condition of the man who was shot Not known some of the experts at automotive issues or wondering what is going on a Tesla because it's changed the name of the driver assist system from auto planted two full, self driving. AH, law professor at the University of South Carolina who studies autonomous vehicles tells Can X. The name change is going in the wrong direction. Autopilot was meeting But technically, maybe justifiable, full self driving used. One of test was terms ludicrous and dangerous, Brian Walker, Smith says, as Tesla plans to roll out the system to a CZ many as one million drivers this year, he says, even the company's fine print disclaimer that driver's still need to supervise their vehicles isn't going to protect it from lawsuits, he adds, Not to mention trust issues actually sympathetic to test was engineering approach. But if we can't trust Tesla when it says it system is full, self driving, then why should we trust Tesla when it says it system is, federal regulators say they'll be watching closely and will not hesitate to take action to protect the public against unreasonable risk to safety Karen Adams can next 10 70 NewsRadio being called the first major overhaul of the bus system in L. A and 25 years of calling it the next Gen. Busse planets meant to create faster, more reliable bus network.

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"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:08 min | 3 months ago

"brian walker smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"48 a K index. Tesla's changing the name of its driver assist system to something that, some analysts say is even more misleading for consumers. Autopilot is out. Tesla's now calling the system full self driving. A driver assistant can't be self driving much wass. All law professor Brian Walker Smith at the University of South Carolina who studies autonomous vehicles tells Can X. Tesla is opening itself up to a host of liability issues from the Federal Trade Commission and its counterparts for deceptive marketing, potentially from the California D. M. V. Crossing into the realm of autonomous vehicle testing without state approval, he says, even from competitors with similar systems and possible future crash victims Tesla does worn in smaller print driver's still have to supervise their vehicle. However, the company can't use its fine print to contradict its advertising. Federal regulators of automakers say they'll be watching Tesla closely and in a statement say no vehicle for purchase today is capable of driving itself. Karen Adams can x 10 70 NewsRadio. What up? You all want to go some place over the holiday? You might be ableto treat yourself to a trip with your airline Frequent flyer miles. If you're ready to fly again, and you're okay with the Mass, the nearly non existent food service and the limited destination selection. There's never been a better time to use your miles K attacks, Travel editor Peter Greenberg says a here ago. You'd be lucky to find a seat to redeem. But now it's the exact opposite. Plus, it's a relative bargain. Here's the irony. The irony is we go online and look for a flight to Europe next July. It's a very expensive flight because the airlines haven't been able to adjust their computer system. But if you go online and try to redeem frequent flyer roster next July, how many seats would you like at a lower redemption level? There's never been a better time. To redeem those frequent flyer miles at a time you never thought you could. This is, of course, bad news for the airlines, which continue to be in limbo awaiting a new federal relief package. But you will see, though, is cutting the roots cutting of cities and cutting of employee. But Greenberg says there's a slow rebound happening. Each of the major carriers were losing $100 million a day at the height of the pandemic, and now it's down to 19 million. Brain pain, chaotic. Sten 70 news radio 5 50 panics..

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