Brain dump #2: How I'd implement Tesla's Autopilot feature - levels of AI

About two weeks ago, I decided to have some healthy life changes, and one of them is walking to my office. This walk takes about half an hour, so it is easy to fit this in my daily schedule. My daily walk to and from the office… pic.twitter.com/GPi3WGOPKr — Tom Janssens (@ToJans) 23 november 2015 While walking to my office, I think about my goals for the day, and on the way back, I self-reflect and think about the things I did that day.

Brain dump #1: How I'd implement Tesla's Autopilot feature

I recently saw this tweet by Elon Musk, who is looking for developers for their Autopilot feature: We are looking for hardcore software engineers. No prior experience with cars required. Please include code sample or link to your work. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) 20 november 2015 As a long time Tesla fan, I couldn’t help but wonder what kind of solution they will come up with, so I decided to do a little brain dump myself: Requirements Trustable Above all, software should be trustable.