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CA Autonomous Vehicle Disengagement Reports 2017

R.S

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Mar 8, 2015
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New disengagement reports are in!

https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv/detail/vr/autonomous/disengagement_report_2017

Tesla seems a bit shy, they have 0 miles in CA, but the WAYMO and Cruise results look impressive. So I wouldn't really test my own inferior system in CA either, with those two reporting.

Electrek's Fred has an article about it:
Tesla keeps autonomous driving test program opaque, says no testing on California public roads
It has all the important trigger words: neural net, AI, shadow mode, secret Klingon technology, mario-cart-simulations and fleet learning.
 
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lunitiks

Cool James & Black Teacher
Nov 19, 2016
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Prawn Island, VC
"Tesla is able to use billions of miles of real-world driving data to develop its autonomous technology"

Billions.
Of Miles.
Of Real-world data.

Taste it. Does it sound true? Does anyone actually *believe* that Tesla is using billions - THOUSANDS OF MILLIONS OF MILES - of data?

Super quick review:
- Fall 2016. WOHOOOOOOOOOO!!!!
- Spring 2017. Whoops. Nothing... Reported disengagements refer to the "demonstration" videos.
- Summer 2017. Naaah... Still nothingness.
- Fall 2017. M-mm. Nope. No nothing.
- Thus far 2018. Crickets.

*Billions* of miles to develop our *autonomous technology*.

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Billions
 

bro1999

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Apr 26, 2016
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It has all the important trigger words: neural net, AI, shadow mode, secret Klingon technology, mario-cart-simulations and fleet learning.

If they're using the same computer modeling systems and simulations they used to justify skipping the beta testing phase of the Model 3 (because Tesla said their simulations were superior to real world testing)..... :eek:
 
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