Can you take a ride with your peers without your own car and without your driving licence ?

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Can you take a ride with your peers without your own car and without your driving licence ? by Mind Map: Can you take a ride with your peers without your own car and without your driving licence ?

1. Students (= Target)

1.1. Don't have a lot of money

1.1.1. Life for a student is more expensive each year. In France, between 2018 and 2019, the cost of living for a student increased by 2.38%.

1.1.2. A car is expensive

1.1.3. Car maintenance is expensive

1.2. Don't need a car

1.2.1. They don't need a car everyday

1.2.2. They live in cities

1.2.2.1. Common transports

1.2.2.2. Trafic jam

2. Car sharing

2.1. Carpooling

2.1.1. For every day ride

2.1.2. For a long-distance ride

2.2. Share a car

2.2.1. A self-service car

2.2.2. Rental between individuals

2.2.3. Car sharing between peers of an organisation

3. Artificial Intelligence

3.1. Autonomous cars

3.1.1. A new concept

3.1.1.1. Security

3.1.1.2. Usefulness

3.1.2. Exemples

3.1.2.1. Tesla by Elon Musk

3.1.2.2. Autonous bus at Confluence

3.2. Ethics

3.2.1. Does it replace human beings ?

3.2.2. Does AI have feelings ?

3.2.3. Lobby / Groupthink

3.2.3.1. The Partnership on AI regroups Amazon, DeepMind (Google), Facebook, Google, IBM and Microsoft

3.3. Technology

3.3.1. History of AI

3.3.2. Nowadays

3.3.3. Future

4. Sharing experience

4.1. Slow Movement

4.2. Trend of sharing

4.2.1. Moments

4.2.1.1. In a car

4.2.1.1.1. Listen music

4.2.1.1.2. Talk with others

4.2.1.1.3. Play a simple game

4.2.2. Material things : we don't want and don't need to always buy our personal things. Sharing economy is better for environment, optimisation of the object's use and reduce the cost

5. Solutions

5.1. Don't need any driver licence anymore

5.1.1. There is a lot of accidents on the road caused by drunk students.

5.1.2. New technologies make cars autonomous and no longer need a driver.

5.1.3. Are students ready to accept that ?

5.2. Buy an autonomous car with a group of students

5.2.1. It divides the cost

5.2.2. You are confident because you are with your peers.

5.2.3. How can we select the students ?

5.2.3.1. With the student cart

5.2.3.2. By affinity

5.2.3.3. By geographical places

5.2.3.4. By wanted model of car

5.2.3.5. By need of the car

5.2.3.5.1. To travel

5.2.3.5.2. To carry bulky objects

5.2.3.5.3. To go to work everyday

5.3. This concept is facilitated by a platform

5.3.1. You are connected with other students looking to buy a car.

5.3.1.1. Your friends

5.3.1.2. Strangers

5.3.2. Everyone's expectations are examined so that everyone can use the car at the right time.

5.3.3. Would be interesting to use an app

5.3.3.1. Simplified and smart use

5.3.3.2. Talk with others before signing the contract