Norway is set to make history next year by building and operating the first autonomous and fully electric commercial cargo...


Norway is set to make history next year by building and operating the first autonomous and fully electric commercial cargo ship.



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  • Do you want pirates? Cause that’s how you get pirates.

  • Spacex did it already, musk tweeted making fun of this

  • Very specific use case, just 36 mile trips. Doesn’t say anything about lifetime carbon footprint.

  • I’m interested in the 40,000 trucking routes. How many (if any) of the drivers’ jobs depended on these particular routes. Is Scandinavia anything like the US in that we have a lack of truckers so they can just switch to a different route?

  • Read about **in January** [here](http://spectrum.ieee.org/transportation/marine/forget-autonomous-cars-autonomous-ships-are-almost-here), http://spectrum.ieee.org/ is a very good source of all sorts of intersting and fascinating things going on in the world.

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