Tesla’s Cybertruck presentation didn’t exactly go to plan Watch Now Tesla has released a new video on its website to show the world – and doubters – its ambitions for the Full Self-Driving capability that it intends to deliver to its vehicles via a software update. The short clip depicts how a Tesla computer identifies other moving vehicles, road signs, traffic lights, and pedestrian-crossing markings. SEE: Special report: How to automate the enterprise (free ebook) Tesla released the video on its main Autopilot page to support a recruitment drive for AI talent and a new hackathon that Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced on Monday via Twitter. He intends to host the hackathon at “my house” – though which one isn’t known – in about one month’s time, offering candidates an opportunity to connect with the Tesla Autopilot team. Tesla is behind schedule on Full Self-Driving. Musk last year announced Full Self-Driving was back on the cards for Tesla vehicles and that it would be available at some point in 2019. However, at last week’s fourth-quarter earnings Musk admitted Full Self-Driving “might be feature-complete in a few months”, which suggests there could be a few more months of testing beyond that… Read full this story
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