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Elon Musk calls it a “miracle” when the Tesla FSD detects people and crew at a drive-through as a user passes by. According to a beta tester who posted on social media, Tesla’s FSD Beta detects not only cars but also people and personnel at a drive-thru line when ordering at a fast-food restaurant. The FSD’s function demonstrates a highly advanced method of recognizing even those who are using the technology, which Elon Musk considers a “miracle.” When ordering, the Tesla FSD may detect people in a drive-through lane. Alex Lim, a Tesla FSD Beta tester, demonstrated that the company’s…

Elon Musk Reacts to Tesla FSD Beta Collecting Camera Footage When Accidents Occur While In Use. Tesla’s FSD Beta is now requesting passengers to sign an agreement that requires it to collect Front, Rear, and Cabin camera footage for review reasons whenever an accident happens. Elon Musk feels that this should be required so that in the event of an accident, no one can blame Tesla, the electric vehicle, or the Full-Self Driving function. When Tesla FSD Beta is involved in an accident, it will collect camera footage. Whole Mars Catalog, a Tesla user and recognized lover of the firm,…

According to Elon Musk, Tesla FSD v10.4 is on the way, and the 98 Safety Score may also get the autonomous feature. Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Beta (FSD) version 10.4 is now available, and it’s being rolled out to owners of various Tesla vehicles, particularly those that have received high safety ratings. Apart from having a capable electric vehicle, Tesla’s only requirement for the FSD is that you have good scores, which have now been lowered to 98. Tesla FSD v10.4 is on its way, with a slew of new features. Elon Musk announced via Twitter that the Full Self-Driving beta…

Elon Musk agrees with Tesla FSD that autonomous vehicles will increase road accidents in the United States in the first half of 2021. The Tesla FSD is the “autonomy” answer for the rising number of traffic-related deaths and fatalities in the United States, as reported in the first half of 2021. Elon Musk agrees, implying that full-self driving intends to provide a safe driving system on the roads, preventing human drivers from making mistakes. Tesla FSD: To Assist USElon’s Severe Traffic Conditions Musk addressed the rising traffic mishaps that occurred in the first half of this year, when it was…

Tesla FSD Beta Updates Will Be Slower, Elon Musk Says in a New Tweet: Will This Make It Safer? According to Elon Musk’s newest tweet, Tesla FSD Beta upgrades could be slower. The popular autonomous feature is now unfinished because it does not allow drivers to leave their steering wheels when it is turned on. Tesla is currently dealing with a number of concerns after certain authorities reported that drivers involved in Tesla auto accidents were using the company’s Full Self-Driving mode. Because this EV invention is still far from flawless, the well-known tech CEO and his development team are…

Tesla Dojo: Once it develops, there will be no road accidents, and Elon Musk emphasizes the importance of the whitepaper. The Tesla Dojo published a whitepaper earlier today about the future of the AI neural network training supercomputer on the company’s self-driving technology. Elon Musk has provided a few details about the Dojo’s future, one of which is that it will be able to foresee traffic situations with great accuracy, resulting in zero accidents. Elon Musk’s Tesla Dojo claims that 90% of traffic fatalities are avoided. Elon Musk has emphasized the significance of Tesla’s most recent release, which is the…

Weekend Release of Tesla FSD Beta 10.3.1 After QA Fleet issues, Elon Musk has apologized for the delay. After a rumored earlier arrival to customers’ systems, Tesla FSD delivered beta version 10.3.1 over the weekend, notably last Sunday. Elon Musk has apologized to the public for the delay, claiming that it was caused by a flaw that was overlooked by the company’s “QA fleet,” or quality assurance team, because cars are regularly utilized by drivers. Elon Musk apologizes for the late release of Tesla FSD Beta 10.3.1. The Tesla CEO has taken advantage of the renewable energy company’s release of…

Tesla’s FSD and Autopilot are working without an internet connection, and it goes to show what Elon Musk wants for the future of autonomy, especially with it to need no sort of connections whatsoever. However, that being said, versions and updates are still distributed over the air, and it would be intended for that purpose only. The Safety focus of Tesla is massive, and it has looked for options to look at possible changes that would improve its features, as well as bring its updates for online releases. The latest version, 10.2 of the Tesla FSD beta, has been distributed to the…