Forgive me if a thread like this has already been started. I'm still kind of new to the forum. Probably one of the areas of the car that will be changing the most in the next decade. It's difficult to predict all the hardware that will be needed, and a cars hardware can become outdated so quickly. In the end the computer will be safer than a human because of the reaction time and plethora of sensors of various types all over the vehicle. Still, at this point, good drivers can pin point bad drivers and hopefully use intuition to avoid a situation or maybe decrease the amount of time or speed before you are in the situation. Do you think Tesla is picking up human intuition habits while in shadow mode? Today, I could see a Tesla Model S owner exiting out of autonomous driving mode because they felt the situation was dangerous. Eventually, If the situation was dangerous, maybe that is when you engage the autonomous driving mode because your insurance company will give you a reduced deductible if you are in an accident while the car is autonomously driving. Would it be silly to have a "red alert" button? Scenario 1: You are traveling on a two lane road at 55mph, and a car going the other direction is not traveling properly in their lane because they are either talking on their cell phone or drunk. A human in control of the car might stay wide before they get to the car in case they cross the yellow line. What would a Tesla vehicle do? Scenario 2: A ball rolls onto a street and then a second later a child chasing the ball goes into the road. Would the car sensors pick up the motion of the ball, and flag that as a potential high risk situation? Does the car veer away from the child or try and do a straight line stop? What other scenarios might today's Tesla have trouble with as it takes the more difficult road situations?