Electrek claims (citing an unnamed source) that the feature called “Drive on Nav” — previously shown in leaked screenshots of the developer build of Enhanced Autopilot v9.0 — will suggest lane changes to the driver, requiring them to confirm by pulling the stalk before actually changing lanes. This is far from driving onramp to offramp on highways with no driver input, but it is an incremental step in that direction. (Caveat: Electrek’s information may be wrong.) This feature would provide labelled data to Tesla. Every time a driver pulls the stalk (or doesn’t), that’s an example of Autopilot’s suggestion being correct or incorrect. If a deep neural network is making the suggestions to change lanes, then Tesla can use the labelled data to train and improve the neural network. It is disappointing if indeed onramp to offramp is still several updates away. But pulling in lots of human labelling from drivers (if that indeed is what will occur) will accelerate progress.