- Nov 25, 2019
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Interestingly - this also confirms what many said - Tesla is NOT best of all in autonomous driving. There are other players that have good technology. My personal experience with Tesla autopilot is it will disengage in many cases forcing me to take control fast. Musk mentioned Tesla will have Level 5 till end of this year. This is really a BS, and Level 5 means cars without pedals and steering wheel. We are years from this (in the best possible case).
Not really. Trixie hobbit that he is Musk said “basic functionality of full self driving” which is blind spot alert, lane keeping, adaptive cruise, auto braking, rear cross traffic alert none of which Tesla does well. Fords Co-Pilot system is much better than anything Tesla has right now. Same is true for just about all car mfgs that offer driver assist packages.Musk mentioned Tesla will have Level 5 till end of this year.
That video shows a Fusion test car. I wonder if I can get them to install the setup into my 2013. Maybe if I ask really, really nicely...Here's a Yahoo! Finance interview with Amnon Shashua, Mobileye CEO, about the unprecedented scale of the deal with Ford and the current to future path of ADAS and AV tech.
kidding aside, the $15K number towards the end of the interview, and the acknowledgement that it's too high, is some very interesting real world honesty....Here's a Yahoo! Finance interview with Amnon Shashua, Mobileye CEO, about the unprecedented scale of the deal with Ford and the current to future path of ADAS and AV tech.
If it is using the same eyeq4 chip why are they saying it will take until fall 2021 to get hands free driving?Ok, last one since I am really geeking out today. If you want to see what the EyeQ4 chip can do in initial form, there are several videos out on Nissan ProPilot 2.0 which uses the same chip.
The convolutional neural network will need to unlearn the rules of Japanese right-hand driving and adapt to our anti-colonial left-handed ways. This can take some time. Millions of miles expertly driven by humans in the left leaning countries will constantly be flowing back to Ford and Mobileye's cloud-AI supercomputers. This means that probably by February 2021, or April 2021 at the latest, we should expect critically sourced reporting from highly credible publishers (like Electrek and InsideEVs), touting the 50x crash-mitigation safety of a Mustang Mach-E versus all other vehicles currently on our roads. So after thinking this through, it seems to me like Fall 2021 might be pessimistic.If it is using the same eyeq4 chip why are they saying it will take until fall 2021 to get hands free driving?