A.I. Designed this Car

13 Okt 2020
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For well over a century, cars, trucks, and SUV’s have been manufactured and built in the same fashion. Today, though, there’s a company that’s doing things a bit different. The Czinger 21C is one of the most impressive vehicles ever built. Even more impressive than the car, though, is how the car gets designed and made. We’re going to take a look at how artificial intelligence, with the help of 3D printing, may change the entire automotive industry, and how a small team in California could make it happen sooner than you think.
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KOMMENTARE
  • Generative design is not artificial intelligence

    ebulatingebulatingVor 11 Minuten
  • skynets gonna kill us all because people cant leave A.I alone

    redneckmexicanredneckmexicanVor 21 Minute
  • The Greek car CHAOS, has a similar manufacturing process.

    Alexander OrionasAlexander OrionasVor 35 Minuten
  • i wonder if they programmed in any repairability parameters

    sdf wersdf werVor Stunde
  • 1.9 Seconds? That's almost as quick as a Tesla Roadster!

    Ray DrouillardRay DrouillardVor Stunde
  • This guys top lip barely moves

    LOLHMMMZZZZLOLHMMMZZZZVor 2 Stunden
  • A.I. is such an over used marketing term, especially when it comes structural optimization. No topology or shape optimization algorithm that i know of is based on machine learning.

    Lukas JohnsonLukas JohnsonVor 2 Stunden
  • dam dude can we just see the car....

    Daddy Fz09Daddy Fz09Vor 2 Stunden
  • This is 80 percent bullshit The real world is gonna be cruel to these collage kids

    Ronny BøeRonny BøeVor 4 Stunden
  • Assembly reminds me of that scene in Minority Report.

    Jared OuradaJared OuradaVor 7 Stunden
  • Stupid... What if a small chip of a crucial component or wires breaks out resulting in malfunctioning, you won't be able to replace it throughout the country till it goes back to where it was built.

    Nitish AryaNitish AryaVor 7 Stunden
  • All this super fancy technology and the idiots drop a gas burning prehistoric V-8 in this car, you just killed it for me.

    Ron PrudhommeRon PrudhommeVor 9 Stunden
  • Combining this with carbon weaving technology they you'd to build the Lexus LFA would be amazing

    cliff hoopercliff hooperVor 9 Stunden
  • Elon, are you listening?

    ret1conret1conVor 10 Stunden
  • A truly intelligent AI would have scrapped the Internal Combustion Engine.

    ret1conret1conVor 10 Stunden
  • Wow, why only build 80 models when you're onto something so great? They can give a HUGE smack down to conventional manufacturing and it can happen fast. Do they not have the courage?

    Josiah CaspersenJosiah CaspersenVor 11 Stunden
  • I want see how easily this thing is repaired, also if it breaks down unexpectedly from the 3D printed metals

    Kohen WilliamsKohen WilliamsVor 12 Stunden
  • You had me right up until you said 126 days to manufacture a single vehicle. Yup, thatś some goddang amazing efficiency.

    jon Veldejon VeldeVor 13 Stunden
  • Bullshits!

    As it Should BeAs it Should BeVor 14 Stunden
  • DUDE IS WEIRD

    Lou DooLou DooVor 14 Stunden
  • Working at kenworth they built these robot assembly line within 2 months it blew my mind seeing that and I saw how many jobs was lost due to that as well and makes me wonder when robots take 75 percent of jobs on earth what will the world leaders do with all of us jobless people ?

    Tyler WebbTyler WebbVor 14 Stunden
  • So how much does that upper control arm cost to make even in the most cost effective scenario? (Let me sit down first . . .)

    Buddy BBuddy BVor 17 Stunden
  • What I would do for $497mil? Easy! *Hire Taylor Swift to read me bedtime stories every night!*

    Douglas DDouglas DVor 17 Stunden
  • "Simply Reprogram"

    Who is QWho is QVor 18 Stunden
  • ]).:.([ interesting concept - "what would a conspiracy theorist do with $497,000,000.00?" well supposing that first of all he would expose this hoax virus crisis for what it truly is by publicly totally eliminating each and every component viciously responsible for 'its' imaginatively fantastic creation and those equally complicit in 'its' repetitious vomit inducing maintenance, then, after successfully hijacking "the new world order" when in the absence of such evil influence, he would proceed to reset and restructure this world as having an opportunity base open to each, every, any and all who may care to participate in a world of truth and prosperity, largely because, he would know that we all have been so intentionally dumbed down and institutionally conformed that our otherwise anywhere near accurate potential is vastly unpredictable, of course, to avoid the same historical mistakes, this would not be attempted without as much necessary yada, yada, yada and blah, blah, blah in the form of wise council and quality feedback as can be reasonably mustered, assuring all of a status of equality in this massive dismantling and rebuilding project which collectively culminates into an effort never before undertaken by the human kind, and lastly, while it is very highly likely that most probably, depending upon how tired he might be at the end of that time, he would use the remainder to make a down payment on a 3-d printed automobile for himself, that is, unless he chose to build his own improved version, should this find any in disagreement, in fairness, just know that whomsoever that may be is entirely welcome to place whatsoever they believe that they would do with their $497,000,000.00 right here, within some identifiable proximity, next to this - yet, strangely enough, another interesting concept, a contest for best model, imagine that, I do hope that we are all still around to see it .*.*.

    bailey cbailey cVor 18 Stunden
  • Give it enough time, Code Bullet will make the AI car play Tetris.

    NyanCatMattNyanCatMattVor 19 Stunden
  • I can a lot of people without jobs! How they can buy a car without money?

    Jean MermozJean MermozVor 20 Stunden
  • But the print time.

    mess up naill gun face guymess up naill gun face guyVor 21 Stunde
  • Officer: do you know why I pulled you over? Me: [aol dial up noise]

    gioyu comigioyu comiVor 21 Stunde
  • Just when 1%ers managed to maximise their profits - realised that that's it .... AI + robots showed up. Humans are obsolete. But whom they are going to sell their products?

    kiboTronPrimekiboTronPrimeVor 21 Stunde
  • SWEEEEEEEEEEETTTTT!!!! I WILL PRINT ME UP EVERYTHING RIGHT NOW!!! 😎👍. Why buy,..... Print ....lol Will she be able to cook??????

    E VE VVor 22 Stunden
  • So can we program this assembly line for classic cars? Infinite classic cars?

    Eryk KilianekEryk KilianekVor 23 Stunden
    • @gioyu comi sheep will always follow the heard

      Eryk KilianekEryk KilianekVor 21 Stunde
    • lol its so high tech but its still run on explosions? pshh the tesla roadster can beat this car, guess musk is smarter then AI

      gioyu comigioyu comiVor 21 Stunde
  • Why do you need to occupy the screen with your apparition so much? We already know how you look, and some of us may prefer more visual informativeness in place of your pretty body language.

    Boromir SmithBoromir SmithVor 23 Stunden
  • So the most efficient program in AI is used to do a super fast car OK.. very usefull (sarcasm). Also they should use AI to do aerodinamic design to XD.

    Davit.G Dukart.MDavit.G Dukart.MVor 23 Stunden
  • This guy is totally wrong about AI. There is no machine learning period! If anyone tells you otherwise they are selling you snake oil. bigthink.com/technology-innovation/why-a-i-is-a-big-fat-lie?rebelltitem=2#rebelltitem2

    Mad MaximusMad MaximusVor Tag
  • Yeah, and not a thought for making home repairs

    ReorgReorgVor Tag
  • aye look an ultima gtr

    scott zarkosscott zarkosVor Tag
  • I Like Donuts! ...so this channel Wins!! ... Hey Donut, do you know if theres going to be any AutoProduction Shows in the East Coast any time soon....? We NEED that to be a thing, Car Shows, and AutoProduction Shows, to show off the New Tech used to build new cars and get these kids into BUILDING our Future... I would LOVE to be a Resource for you and your channel, I've never "made" a proper video -yet- but I really could ... and would like to set up an east Coast (Pennsylvania Area) crew, to make videos... i wanted to start a channel for "JunkYard Doggs - Something from Nothing" and kind of do a show about building Cars and Trucks from "Savage Scrap" ... can we say 'Savage' now days?? Lol, I'm a Native American on my moms side, haha, she says She'll speak to the Tribal Elders, theyll allow it for now I guess lol. Make Shows About Automotive Evolution

    Robb W CochranRobb W CochranVor Tag
  • We’ll see how well reliability and parts availability is.

    Sean PSean PVor Tag
  • Next step: making the interior space bespoke to the needs of the driver. Size of driver, passenger needs, special requirements. Not bad.

    The Red TowerThe Red TowerVor Tag
  • that’s not artificial intelligence. we are talking about a design and manufacturing approach which is different from the previous one but it‘s still initiated by humans. the programs and tools are programmed to process a specific task. the task comes from a human. A.I. would be if the intelligence would learn and create own tasks and goals.

    Milan KolendaMilan KolendaVor Tag
  • Boring looking car. Looks like one of the hot wheels cars I had as a kid in the 90's.

    B D KB D KVor Tag
  • These guys are so full of it. It takes forever to make such laser sintered parts. Scaling this to any kind of realistic scales would likely cost much more than any kind of actual production line.

    damonstrdamonstrVor Tag
  • It must be a nightmare to fix a broken or malfunctioning part in such a structure.

    133col133colVor Tag
  • When you install an alpha core to your industries in starsector...

    Iyerikhon LauronIyerikhon LauronVor Tag
  • The "lincoln" the description

    I_I_ISAAC_I_II_I_ISAAC_I_IVor Tag
  • lol its so high tech but its still run on explosions? pshh the tesla roadster can beat this car, guess musk is smarter then AI

    Kirill ObraztsovKirill ObraztsovVor Tag
  • Now just make the A.I. work on making the robotic arms more efficient on the space it occupies and speed.

    VegaSnipeVegaSnipeVor Tag
  • eventually this will trickle down into the automotive industry, and if they can make the tech work then everybody else might, but there are still a lot of limitations on materials that can be used in additive manufacturing

    PsychoLucarioPsychoLucarioVor Tag
  • one thing AI can not improved and beat humans. is the wheel. humans rule.

    AntticsAntticsVor Tag
  • The Matrix controlled by Skynet is coming

    AxelBitzAxelBitzVor Tag
  • How come VW, Mercedes and many others haven't adopted this method? Or have they but repairing a car like this is nearly impossible or super expensive? Oh, by the way, the cars price starts at 1.7 million dollars. 3D printing isn't cheap.

    Theodore MarakasTheodore MarakasVor Tag
  • *Are you sure you want to make fast car?* Yes No Cancel

    Alejandro GonzalezAlejandro GonzalezVor Tag
  • Video: "21C, it stands for 21st Century" Me: Wait, isn't it the *22nd Century?*

    Ben WBen WVor Tag
  • All the replies about serviceability make me laugh. Contrary to belief, engineers want to make something more serviceable, but the higher ups and marketing don’t really care as much and just want the new product out ASAP.

    nate kunznate kunzVor Tag
  • It still takes a Human to program the AI , Computers still can't learn properly by themselves.. They corrupt themselves every time.. Computers are TOOLS for Humans, That's all they'll ever be..

    ThomasTheSailor ChubbyThomasTheSailor ChubbyVor Tag
  • GIMMICK

    He was sent by God do not question himHe was sent by God do not question himVor Tag
  • With 497 million dollars I would first buy land in various strategic places around the globe, mostly sticking to north america. On said land I would have houses set up for doomsday scenarios. Underground bunkers. Security systems on various types, well water, wind turbines, solar, backup generators, enough weapons & ammo to supply a small army, with places to house & feed them, the works. Then I would buy vehicles and have them just as ready. A few hum-Vs with communications and weaponry. A few jeeps with the same. Handful of dirtbikes & ATVs & gators. A few RVs for support & a mobile command unit. Then I would hire a security firm(mercenaries in suits) to protect me and my property & my assets. Then I would hire a few lawyers and financial advisors and investors to help me venture into the business world so my money would work for me. Then I would hire my own private think tank with some of the best & brightest minds in various fields including but not limited to microbiologists, biochemists, aerospace engineers, robotics developers, software & hardware specialists, hackers, geneticists, cryptographers, and any others that could help me in making cool stuff and new technologies, both for the world and for my own personal use. I would also want to learn as much as I could from every professional I employ so my next venture of obtaining as many PhDs in as many fields as I could would be easier and assumably faster from soaking up knowledge from the experts. That's what I would spend 497 million dollars on.

    Mason LewisMason LewisVor Tag
  • U r boarding and too chatty like a woman

    شرين المنشاويشرين المنشاويVor Tag
  • Damn humans are gonna go so far dependent on AI. Pretty soon what's the point of even living and being a "human" being...

    ManyStorms2020ManyStorms2020Vor Tag
  • Laser wielding layers of metal makes for crappy wields and crappy parts that don't last. This car will probably work great for about 30k miles.

    CameronCameronVor Tag
  • oooh wow! then I drive it down a 65 MPH highway...

    ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ ʔ•ᴥ•ʕʕ•ᴥ•ʔ ʔ•ᴥ•ʕVor Tag
  • At some point almost all jobs will be done by robots and at that point, no one will have jobs to buy what the robots make.

    duane navarreduane navarreVor Tag
  • What a load of total BOLLOCKS.

    mark jacksonmark jacksonVor Tag
  • At least it's not like "LoOk aT tHIs CaR dESiGnEd bY WOmeN"

    doliio volaydoliio volayVor Tag
  • I cant wait for when self driving cars are designed by AI, and are made of 3D printed parts... put together by robot arms in less than an hour. Its just gonna be confusing to be honest

    Carson PearceCarson PearceVor Tag
  • What is Tom deLonge doing talking about AI built hyper cars

    Paul RomanoPaul RomanoVor Tag
    • Show car not your face😡👺

      doliio volaydoliio volayVor Tag
  • This probs also means cars are gonna be cheaper soon

    Backashi 8Backashi 8Vor 2 Tage
  • 🤯🤯🤯🤯

    Backashi 8Backashi 8Vor 2 Tage
  • This guy looks like a mix of Conan O' Brien and the front man of Blink 182

    AmanAmanVor 2 Tage
  • If you told people 100 years ago cars could hit 60 mph in 2 seconds they'd laugh in your face, now imagine in 100 years more.....

    Stefan SupraStefan SupraVor 2 Tage
  • I would rather buy a Japanese legend

    Irfan SiddiquiIrfan SiddiquiVor 2 Tage
  • Ai Putting people out of work ... rise of the machines

    Philippe DeRosier Jr.Philippe DeRosier Jr.Vor 2 Tage
  • Did the AI also design the engine?

    BIGFOOOOOTBIGFOOOOOTVor 2 Tage
  • The Bic lighter of cars I guess

    Gregory GaskillGregory GaskillVor 2 Tage
  • You literally talked a bunch of crap about a technology that has been around for decades when all I wanted to do was see the car. Sorry.

    You TubeYou TubeVor 2 Tage
  • A.I overshadowing the performance of the car....

    CascitoCascitoVor 2 Tage
  • 3D printed parts need support structures while its printed, so there is waste technically lol.

    William KheyWilliam KheyVor 2 Tage
  • And now we use this amazing technology to make mass production of diesel motors ;)

    Tech-LoverTech-LoverVor 2 Tage
  • I think maybe the design by a.i. Part is played up more than it actually is.

    Josh ChaversJosh ChaversVor 2 Tage
  • "less then an hour"

    Jack AlvarezJack AlvarezVor 2 Tage
  • The SR 71 had very little practical use, it’s design caused it to be extremely inefficient with fuel

    The Slimiest FiberlogThe Slimiest FiberlogVor 2 Tage
  • Show car not your face😡👺

    cromeaxecromeaxeVor 2 Tage
  • wh40k.lexicanum.com/wiki/Standard_Template_Construct

    Sergio Blanco GonzalesSergio Blanco GonzalesVor 2 Tage
  • I used to say this all the time, the machines will invent for you. You tell it what to invent, it gives you the blueprint. Later, you supply the materials, it makes it too.

    UserNameLeeUserNameLeeVor 2 Tage
  • Is it an EV? NO? Than hell no. Scrap it.

    Virgle DeBordVirgle DeBordVor 2 Tage
  • Next up: A.I. Designed life forms. Made to exponentially outperform humans in every way. More eco friendly, sustainable and efficient in every way. This new model will will surely make the old human model a thing of the past!

    pa Wopa WoVor 2 Tage
  • We are rea... lly.Very close to a space age phenomena

    Jhorell EspectacionJhorell EspectacionVor 2 Tage
  • BRO THE ADS

    CRIS LEMØNZCRIS LEMØNZVor 2 Tage
  • lmao brunette Conan O'Brien

    Nicolas BottgerNicolas BottgerVor 2 Tage
  • I'm sorry, but what's the point of showing AI designed car on a SUPERCAR? Do it on a NORMAL car and then show all the important stats and how it compares to other normal cars... And this video doesn't even include any of the racecar stats..? The fuck's this video's point then? Show off the new tech that you can't even show off because we can't tell if its even worth it??

    NX3NX3Vor 2 Tage
  • Mike Lowrey: It's $105,000 and this happens to be one of the fastest production cars on the planet. Zero to sixty in four seconds, sweetie. It's a limited edition. Marcus Burnett: You damn right it's limited. No cup holder, no back seat. Just a shiny dick with two chairs in it. I guess we the balls just draggin' the f*** along.

    Thomas ChromblyThomas ChromblyVor 2 Tage
  • Only "possible" because of thousands of hours, thousands of thousands dollars invested by thousands of people

    gioyu comigioyu comiVor 2 Tage
  • Really love your adverts don’t you

    NikNikVor 2 Tage
  • Here's the kicker basically you make the human workforce in the motor industry redundant overnight. So that works great from the Company owner who now can go for a beer on his own. Wonderful, not sure where this all ends, because you adopt that across all industries and let me guess everyone is pretty much unemployed in the future. So let me get this straight AI has taken us up to the next level by making us redundant and unemployed in the bargain. Clearly a lot of thinking went into this, and I am pleased that it will benefit .... one person and his shareholders... hmm, not looking that good now is it. As for the SR71 it's the fastest donkey that is officially on record, however under black projects which cannot be discussed here, the Aurora has set the benchmark that makes the Blackbird look like Henry Fords T model back in the 1900's. Very classy, and very slow...

    Denis BrownDenis BrownVor 2 Tage
  • soon, it will become self-aware... ... and call itself Bubba.

    m33p0m33p0Vor 3 Tage
    • "Hey man when you getting your car?" "soon, its still being printed" "... Sweet"

      gioyu comigioyu comiVor 2 Tage
  • 497 million and nine miles, sound like a racetrack to me

    Jona NolåkersJona NolåkersVor 3 Tage
  • HA !! Science b*tch !!

    wilsen twinswilsen twinsVor 3 Tage
  • 3d printing methods such as DMLS are great for low volume production, reducing upfront tooling costs, but are fundamentally inefficient for high volume manufacturing. There are some definite advantages to the design process shown here, but the organic design they have produced under their current constraints could never be produced as cheaply per-car as a design optimized for more conventional manufacturing processes. As visually divisive as it is, Tesla's Cybertruck is something of a perfect example of a design optimized around cheap high-volume manufacturing.

    Joseph HarnerJoseph HarnerVor 3 Tage
  • Autos become shit when they start drawing on the computers! No sense, no practice, no quality, no soul, no passion

    Ma MaMa MaVor 3 Tage
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