Yep, It’s a Video of Some Dogs Learning to Drive a Car
So a bunch of New Zealand animal trainers decided to fulfill the longstanding national dream of teaching a dog how to drive a car.
Then, over seven weeks, using an intensive and tedious practice program based on chunked learning and repetition, they actually did. (The Mini Cooper is a nice touch.) If you want more, here’s a longer version of the video.
All of which goes to prove:
- 1) Kiwis are kinda nuts.
- 2) Intensive chunking and repetition are more powerful forces than we think. (After all, when it comes to learning, dogs’ brains are not that different from ours.)
- 3) Tediousness is vastly underrated
- 4) Still, Kiwis are kinda nuts.