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TalentFan you are becoming a little obsessed now. The fact is, you will never replace human reaction on a bike. The logic needed to counteract problems is immense and the processor could not scan quick enough. Ok when a bike starts spinning the back wheel or wheelies. What it will never be able to do is compensate for braking too hard, pushing the front too hard, a highside, worn tyres etc. They have very advanced systems now and all these things still happen. There are so many IF's involved but it could not react enough. Once a bike is leaning over everything changes, when it brakes everything changes and only human weight transfer could react to any changes, it is a wonderful computer. Just watch Asimo how long it takes to calculate any movement he makes, also how many times he falls over. A control ECU will whatever you believe restrict that developement, Magnetti/Dorna will decide on the CPU power and memory available. If it saves any riders life its worth it,



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