This post has been prompted by a discussion about wind power that I had recently. I have made clear that I am totally opposed to the construction of wind farms on ‘wild’ land. However, I am not opposed to wind turbines in principle. I think there is a place for a (relatively small) proportion of our […]
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Yesterday (August 16th 2016), Ford set out their goal of producing a high-volume, fully autonomous vehicle for ride sharing by 2021. This led to a number of follow-up articles including this one, which suggested that Ford’s vision would be counter-productive and would lead to a major drop in the number of privately owned vehicles and […]