Imagine a future where in-car arguments over 'someone's' bad driving are obsolete! This fun #Apollo video does just that!
— Baidu Inc. (@Baidu_Inc) November 13, 2017
Source – Chinese search giant Baidu has a self-driving car project in development that aims to put its autonomous driving platform into vehicles as early as next year. The company’s latest attempt at a viral promotion is far from anything you’d expect to see from one of the world’s most advanced autonomous projects, however — or really any major brand in 2017.
Baidu’s US Twitter account posted a short video today about how self-driving cars will make the world a better place. But the spot quickly devolves into a tone deaf play on gender stereotypes, a cringeworthy mashup of 21st century tech and 1950s sensibilities.
Meh. I think we should let the culture in China be the culture in China. I also like the idea for drinking tea from fine china In China with an attractive Chinese girl. That’s what I get out of this.
I think if you really look hard you can take sexism out of this but fuck, it’s a stretch. That how I am teaching my eldest to drive a car and I don’t look down on teenagers.
Who gets their drivers license at 30 anyway?
These Commercials are sexist: And Hilarious.
This one’s for the girls “Fair and Weak.”