Elon Musk said that he is testing Tesla’s latest alpha build of its self-driving system and claims that he can “almost” go from his house to work without intervention. expand full story
Tesla self-driving Stories July 23
Tesla self-driving Stories July 14
Tesla lost a case in a German court today over how the company advertises its Autopilot and Full Self-Driving, which the court judged “misleading.” expand full story
Tesla self-driving Stories March 4
Tesla self-driving Stories November 11, 2019
Andrej Karpathy, Tesla’s head of AI and computer vision, gave an interesting talk to get into how Tesla trains its neural networks for self-driving.
It results in an interesting overview of the concept in about 10 minutes. expand full story
Tesla self-driving Stories May 3, 2019
Today, Tesla increased the price of its Full Self-Driving package in an attempt to make its cars ‘appreciating assets’, as previously announced by Elon Musk. expand full story
Tesla self-driving Stories April 22, 2019
Tesla has released new self-driving demo video based on its latest software working on its new Full Self-Driving (FSD) computer. expand full story
Tesla self-driving Stories March 6, 2019
Today, Tesla updated its language regarding Autopilot and self-driving capability on its website – walking back some previously announced features and further confusing some owners. expand full story
Tesla self-driving Stories February 20, 2019
Over the past few months, Elon Musk has been saying that Tesla is aiming to release its self-driving system by the end of 2019, but now the CEO adds that it will require driver oversight. expand full story
Tesla self-driving Stories April 29, 2017
Ever since Tesla released its second generation Autopilot hardware and started offering an option called “full self-driving capability”, there’s been some confusion about Tesla’s plan for rolling out fully autonomous driving.
CEO Elon Musk has clarified the plans this week and now predicts that true level 5 autonomy is about 2 years away – though Tesla should still have advanced autonomous driving systems before that. expand full story
Tesla self-driving Stories December 30, 2016
Tesla ran into troubles with some regulators and consumer watchdog groups this year over the use of the word ‘Autopilot’ to describe its advanced driver assist system. They expressed concerns that users would think it could mean the vehicles are autonomous. Tesla managed to successfully defend its position so far and always reiterated that the ‘Autopilot’ is named after the system used in aircraft and it doesn’t make them autonomous.
Now it seems Tesla is already having troubles with its new “full self-driving capability” feature which is not available yet, but Tesla is currently selling it anyway. expand full story