Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta has been in the hands of a select group of testers for a few months, and early reports indicate that the system has made significant progress towards full autonomy. The FSD beta showcases impressive autonomous capabilities
- Tesla’s FSD beta is a software update that enables certain Tesla models to perform autonomous driving tasks, such as navigating city streets and highways.
- The FSD beta uses a combination of cameras, sensors, and artificial intelligence to analyze the surrounding environment and make decisions in real-time.
- Early testers have reported impressive results, with some saying that the system is almost “too good” and can be overly cautious at times.
- The FSD beta is not yet fully autonomous and requires driver supervision, but it represents a significant step towards full autonomy.
- Tesla CEO Elon Musk has stated that the company is on track to achieve full autonomy by the end of 2021, although some experts are skeptical about this timeline.
- I hope I live long enough to have a robot drive me around like this. This would certainly allow me to text while driving in a much safer way…