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Tesla’s Elon Musk has renamed its “Autonomy Day ” event to “AI” day. According to him, the AI day is to ultimately get the experts in the field of robotics and artificial intelligence to come work at Tesla.

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This year’s event starts today, 19th August 2021. This begins at 5 PM Pacific time/8 PM Eastern Time. Happening live at the company’s headquarters in Palo Alto, California.

The event just like Battery day will be streamed live via Tesla’s website. Battery day showcases the company’s newest development for smaller, efficient, and cooling batteries.

Also a rumored Model A for the masses, that will rival the likes of the Volkswagen ID 3 and Nissan Leaf was teased. An invite obtained by Electrek shows that Musk will give a keynote. While the company’s engineers will demo hardware and software, and more.

Tesla would also be showing the media and investors big plans it has for its Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta version 9. This includes new technology, and how Artificial intelligence is powering that change.

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Fully autonomous driving is a hefty $10,000 price next transportation technology. Prices might even increase to $14,000 according to some rumors.  Initially, this technology costs $3,000 to $5,000 in 2017.

 

The Beginning

All Tesla cars made between September 2014 and October 2016 had something in common. Hardware version 1 that supports “Autopilot”, the first phase of tesla’s fully self-driving technology. This hardware allows Tesla cars made at that time to detect road signs, lane markings, vehicles, and other obstacles.

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Tesla Autopilot transportation system includes parking capabilities and semi-autonomous driving, offering level 2 vehicle automation. Its features were traffic-aware cruise control, lane centering, automatic lane assist, self-parking and car summon.

 

Full self-driving is the next version of the Autopilot technology, beta tests begin in October 2020 in selected Tesla cars in the United States.

 

The process

The enhanced Autopilot function has automatic emergency braking, dynamic brake support, forward collision warning, and lane departure warning.

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Telsa’s Full self-driving tries to mimic how a human learns to drive. It trains a neural network from the ride history of hundreds of thousands of Tesla drivers and relied on radar technology for visibility. Hence, Elon Musk’s Neuralink company, which has been trained based on 3 billion miles driven by Tesla vehicles on public roads, as of April 2020.

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Tesla in march 2019 built its own self-driving computer chip alongside a neural network training supercomputer Dojo.

 

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Elon Musk mentioned that Full autonomous driving is “really a software limitation:

“The hardware exists to create full autonomy, so it’s really about developing advanced, narrow AI for the car to operate on”

Now

Last month, software beta update 2021.4.18.12 was live, a transportation technology Tesla fans have been anticipating for a long time.

Well, this update isn’t final ready, hence the beta tag.

In a tweet, Musk said “Tesla is developing a [neural net] training computer called Dojo to process truly vast amounts of video data,” “its a beast!”

Still in development, or probably done is the company’s new supercomputer “Dojo”.

Tesla has a new in-house development supercomputer. This computer chip would train its AI software, then take feedback from its customers and sends changes through over-the-air software updates.

The electric car company has a lot going in for itself, and Elon Musk can be overly ambitious with his plans. They do come through, a bit at a slower pace.

 

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