Definitely a lot more complex than an RC car. But I mean, it's definitely not some fully autonomous robot straight out of the box if that's what you mean.
It's also not perfect:
But so far all I saw cyberdog do was stand on a stage. Do we have more?
I recognize that if they actually sold these to general public it would probably be more expensive, but this is still a strange statement to me. $1540 seems STUPID cheap for something like this.
On the other hand, maybe there hasn't been much R&D on it yet? Are there demos of it navigating...
There are 2 types of hashes being discussed in this thread:
1) Cryptographic hashes.
2) "similar image" hashes.
1) A cryptographic hash should be practically impossible to create collisions (see SHA256 as example). MD5 is a cryptographic hash, but it has been broken for a while now. No one...
I dont think it has any ICs. But I think it is differential signaling, so the cable you use should have trace pairs with the correct impedance (85ohm?) and with trace length matching. Would not recommend regular IDE style ribbon cabling.
Are you responding to me? I dont know anything about what you are talking about. The claim is that there are 3090's that crashed during amazon's new world and no longer function. That's the claim. As far as i know there has not been a careful autopsy to reveal the problem yet.