I have a question. Electrek provided a transcript of the press conference regarding Auto Pilot 8.X. In part Elon Musk stated: "It’s a lot of software and quite a complicated job to fit that software on to the available computer hardware in the vehicle. It was a challenging software problem, but one that we were confident we could solve. And something that quite uniquely Tesla is able to solve because of the fact that we can use fleet learning to have all the Tesla cars out there effectively give us the geolocations of where all the false alarm occurs and what the shape of that object that causes the false alarm. That we know that at a particular position at a particular street or highway, that if you see a radar object of a following shape – don’t worry it’s just a road sign or a bridge or it could be a Christmas decoration that somebody put across the street. As soon as a few cars pass that point, it will geo-coded into our system via fleet learning system that it is now being generalized to create a list of exceptions." My question relates to when is this fleet learning taking place? 1. It has already learned this. 2. It will learn it in the first few weeks of use. 3. It will take months to learn. I totally understand the advantages of using radar. But are we at higher risk during the phasing in of this technology or has this database of geo-coded info been created already. If someone goes on a trip of a thousand miles right after the release of V8.X will the driver need to be extra careful because the database is still being created or will the driver be able to utilize the new technology right away as intended? I can not find the answer to this in any of the transcripts so far. What do you think?