Tesla CEO Elon Musk changed his tune when he said autopilot wasn't good enough after U.S. authorities formally investigated the company's self-driving assistance system. Now, however, Musk is once again promoting his self-driving.
According to foreign media reports, Musk recently tweeted that Tesla's latest version of the FSD (fully autonomous driving) users feedback is good, will further expand the scope of testing. However, the move has been met with a backlash from regulators.
In August, Musk reportedly tweeted,FSD Beta 9.2 is not really great, and the Autopilot/AI team is working together and improving as quickly as possible, and will conduct extensive neural network training tests in cities and high-speed roads.
Now, Tesla seems to have overcome that difficulty. Musk's latest tweet said,FSD Beta 10 has received good feedback from users and version 10.0.1 is now available. And the upgrade no longer limits testing, as long as good driving behavior for 7 days, you can apply for the latest version of the update.
However, the move was opposed and spat at by Jennifer Homendy, the new head of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).
Jennifer said Tesla should not blindly introduce urban autopilot until it addresses safety flaws in some of the technologies proposed by the NTSB, and urged Tesla to restrict drivers' use of autopilot.
Tesla's use of the term "fully autonomous" is "misleading and irresponsible."People tend to focus more on marketing than on car manuals and warnings on company websites.
In a series of tesla accidents, there is clearly a misleading misuse of autopilot. thereforeBefore autonomous driver assistance systems can be used on city streets and other areas, what Tesla needs most is basic safety issues.