Coding is an important skill to learn even if you don't plan to be a programmer, is because our future is developing around computers and programs. Our species is one of the only species alive that can adapt to these types of things very quickly. In challenge #1, me and my partner decided to just try and take a shot at it and try a simple, 4 step coding by just using "Go (700,700) and the delay was set to "0.1 seconds, and that didn't work. We than saw what our flaws were and fixed it by putting a couple of straight wheel codes after every turn and it went fully around the obstacle course at last. I felt pretty good while going through the trial and error process because I would learn what our flaws were and I learned how to fix it.
The new commands that we used to successfully complete challenge #2 was display line and soundsound. The sound command is the command we used to make the car use sound like a ambulance car. The display line command we also used was to make the display have on the front of the car was to make it seem like the lights were flashing exactly like an ambulance car. I would not trust an autonomous car to give me a ride because the coding could be a little weird and how would the car know where the middle line of the road is suppost to be? How is it suppost to know if it's stuck in traffic and it needs to stop in order to not crash into the car in front of us? I think that autonomous cars will be used in the future to carry out complex tasks like an ambulance reporting to a accident because then, the car wouldn't need to have gas. The reason it would be good for a car to not have gas is because if you are reporting to a accident, and you are very low on gas, would you still be able to make it in time to the accident seen for all the patients? No. The autonomous cars would definitely be a good alternative because then you could have more hands on deck in the back to make sure that the patient is stable.
Screenshot of successful code from Challenge #2 after first paragraph
3 Behind the Scenes photos of your team after second paragraph
ACO 5.0 - Create a deliverable using problem-solving techniques to address client needs or target audience.
ACO 5.1 - Apply problem-solving techniques to create deliverables that address the needs of a client or target audience.