Operating in 4D is something completely different and it will change the game. By the end of 2020, Tesla plans to introduce Level 5 Autonomy, so these changes are an actual major milestone that's happening right now. Read More
Tesla continues to move towards fully Autonomous vehicles, improving the Autopilot function on its cars. The new positions for the Tesla Autopilot team hint that the company is stepping up its efforts to move their vehicles to Level 5 autonomy. Read More
An artificial neural network consists of many elements called neurons or processors, just as a biological neural network consists of nerve cells. Copying the human brain, it acts not only according to a strict algorithm and formulas, but also accumulates and uses past experience. So neurons are able to learn Read More
Cars are a dangerous form of transport, so Tesla strives to make its safest by developing and implementing Active safety features and Autopilot. Read More
Tesla AI Autopilot Head Andrej Karpathy recently discussed the scalability of autonomous vehicles and the different approaches used by companies to achieve full self-driving. Based on the AI Director’s discussion, it appears that Tesla’s approach to attain autonomous driving has a lot of challenges, but it is an incredibly effective strategy to roll out FSD features at scale.
Tesla Autopilot and Full Self-Driving systems have shown massive improvements in the UK, based on the latest video of a Model 3 owner in the country. Read More
Tesla filed a patent for 'Machine learning models operating at different frequencies for autonomous vehicles' on December 3, 2019, and published it on July 4, 2020. This application relates generally to the machine vision field, and more specifically to enhanced object detection from a vehicle. Read More
Tesla is reportedly starting Hardware 3.0 retrofits for Model S and Model X that are equipped with the company’s Hardware 2.0 computer. The initiative stands as yet another sign of Tesla’s push to expand the rollout of its Full Self-Driving features, which are expected to achieve their “feature-complete” form in the near future.
Tesla's software ecosystem is a perfect fit for today's tech-centric drivers. Just like how mobile phone buyers today value different factors than cellphone buyers a couple of decades ago, the priorities of car buyers today are vastly different to those from previous years. Take, for one, the focus of the modern car buyer on a vehicle's tech features.
Tesla’s Mobile Service has started picking up the slack from HW 3.0 upgrades. If Tesla optimized Mobile Service for HW3.0 upgrades, more customers who purchased the company’s Full Self-Driving suite might finally have all the necessary hardware to run the software. Read More