Elon Musk recently announced the Tesla Model 3, a sub-$40k, 5-seat plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) with a ~200-mile range that is well positioned to change the world. It should be available sometime in late 2017. As of this writing, the company has received over 325,000 deposits ($1,000 each). That said, sometime in late 2016 (a year earlier than Tesla is scheduled to launch the Model 3), GM is going to launch the Chevy Bolt, a sub-$40k, 5-seat PEV with a ~200-mile range that is also well positioned to change the world. As of this writing, GM has received approximately zero deposits to reserve the Bolt, and there's a reason.
Should you put a $1,000 deposit down on a Tesla Model 3 or wait for the Chevy Bolt? Shelly Palmer talks about it on Fox 5 with Ben Simmoneau and Juliet Huddy. Original Airdate: April 5, 2016
I don’t like to discuss religion or politics in polite company. It’s pointless. Both subjects provoke passionate lectures espousing personal worldviews, and minds are seldom, if ever, changed. But … after watching some of the speeches and debates, reading some tweets, and switching between the parade of pundits on CNN, Fox News and MSNBC, I've started to wonder what @tjeff (my hypothetical twitter handle for a reincarnated Thomas Jefferson) would have had to do to find the facts upon which to base his independent thinking.
Shelly Palmer talks about Google's April Fools prank and how it went wrong on CNN with Richard Quest. Original Airdate: April 1, 2016
Shelly Palmer Talk About Microsoft's Tay and AI with Richard Quest on CNN. The tweets may be funny, but AI and chatbots are serious business. Original Airdate: March 30, 2016