A race against time for Tesla to launch fully self-driving vehicles

4 min read

Earlier this month, the tech billionaire Elon Musk revealed that Tesla, one of the largest automakers in the world, has been working on the development of artificial general intelligence (AGI) for its fully autonomous vehicles in order to achieve fully autonomous drives.

A few days ago, Musk commented on a post in which he highlighted the application of computer vision to self-driving cars based on the use of algorithms. 

In the article, it was emphasized that the use of AGIs, as opposed to systems that do not use AIs, can improve the performance of self-driving cars.

In the months leading up to ChatGPT’s launch last year, technical experts have been debating the potential for AGI to revolutionize several industries. 

The Tesla Motors company is just one of the companies incorporating this cutting-edge technology into their business to bring about creative breakthroughs.

Automakers are dedicated to equipping their cars with complete self-driving capabilities in the near future, according to the company. 

A significant part of Tesla’s goal is to develop FSD capabilities by using the supercomputer Dojo as a platform for training machine learning models.

The company has, however, not yet given a firm date for when it plans to reach full self-driving status. Although Musk had already promised that it would be realized by the end of the year, it now seems unlikely that the deadline will be met.

In the past few months, the company has been working on the latest update to the FSD v12 system. The update was originally scheduled for December and it will bring artificial intelligence to self-driving cars. FSD had been told by Musk that after version 12 of FSD would be released, it would leave beta.

It is still important to note that Musk said in a recent statement that he would need time to perform more tests before a release could take place. 

In California, this technology seems to work well, but more testing is needed in areas that receive a great deal of precipitation in order to test the effectiveness of this technology.

That news provided by timenews.

You May Also Like

+ There are no comments

Add yours