BrunoBraunbart t1_jd6xrjb wrote

I am an engineer at Audi. I've developed the R8, Lamborghini Huracan, Q7, Porsche Cayenne, Lamborghini Usus, Bentley Bentayga and so on.

Yes, those cars feel different but you still realize your speed. You feel at 200km/h as safe as if you are driving 120km/h in a shitty car. But you still understand that you are not going 120km/h.

I once drove a prototype with a setting to MPH. It took me under 5 seconds to realize that. The same was true for a colleague who didn't drive prototypes on a regular basis.


BrunoBraunbart t1_jd2tmou wrote

Data about data. For example, when you make a survey, the actual answers are the data and the information about the person (gender, age, ...) could be considered metadata.

In this case they mean metadata in files. For example, when you take a picture, the actual pixel information is the data and other stuff (location, time the picture was taken, phone model, exposure time, ...) is the metadata.