Land Rover: Driverless cars need 1000x more code than Apollo 11
Jaguar Land Rover has said driverless cars will require close to a billion lines of code, almost 1000x as much as what put man on the moon.
Apollo 11’s computer featured around 145,000 lines of code to land on the moon. Much like how it's often said that most of us now carry more processing power in our pockets than that computer, it puts into perspective the complex calculations a driverless car needs to make.
The British car manufacturer estimated the figure to emphasise the need for more people...