A Tesla Model S using autopilot crashed and killed the driver. What this does and doesn’t mean for the safety of self-driving cars with Justin Young and Tom Merritt. Len Peralta illustrates a different more lighthearted story.
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2 thoughts on “DTNS 2799 – The Tesla Model S Crash”
You know, Tom. the problem whit your argument is that the autopilot is designed to promote unattended or distracted driving. How do you beta test that without watching Harry Potter?
Beta or not, the autopilot is a technology designed to enable distracted driving. What did Tesla expect?