Elon Musk talks about self-driving Tesla cars
Elon Musk talks about self-driving Tesla cars

Tesla CEO Elon Musk spoke at length on Twitter about the latest self-driving technology developed and released by the electric car maker and confirmed that self-driving Tesla cars will soon become a reality.

The fully independent FSD experience was first released in October 2020. The version 9 update has also been released to a limited number of beta testers.

Musk responded to a Twitter user who said on Twitter that there is a 90% guarantee that Tesla will bring a self-driving car to market.

Extensive testing has been done and it has been concluded that there are no more major problems. can be accomplished.

In response to this tweet, Musk said anyone using the fully automated version of the drive-thru test should be aware of this.

However, the billionaire businessman once again highlighted the problem of how well artificial intelligence works in the real world, which he has already talked about.

He added, "Autonomous driving should solve many problems of artificial intelligence in the real world. So it is a very difficult problem. But Tesla did it."

Elon Musk on self-driving cars

The Twitter user also expressed his enthusiasm for the FSD 9 beta after driving a Tesla with updated software.

In response to this tweet, Musk praised the company's technology and said that the FSD 9.1 beta update contains several improvements.

The Beta 9 is expected to include a Tesla vision. It is a new type of computer vision system from Tesla that relies entirely on cameras without reading data from radar sensors.

But Musk has admitted several times in the past that it turned out to be much more difficult than he expected.

For example, July 3, in response to a tweet. Musk said diffused automatic driving has always been an issue. This is because it should replace most AI in the real world.

The Tesla CEO added that he didn't expect it to be that difficult. But then the difficulties became apparent.

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