I’m trying to get a rough ballpark estimate of how much data (in MB or GB) Tesla is collecting from each HW2+ car (HW2 or HW2.5). If you monitor this on your car, please let us know here. If we can get a rough monthly average, then it’s a simple matter of multiplying it by the HW2+ fleet size to find the total. Since some individual cars may be randomly (or non-randomly) selected to upload more data than normal, it’s important to get as many people as possible to share this info. We can then use findings from verygreen and others to see how GB of data uploaded might translate into hours of video (and other data). Taking an estimated average driving speed, we can estimate recorded miles based on hours of video uploaded. Getting a ballpark number is useful in for a number of analyses. Perhaps this would help contextualize Jimmy_d’s neural network analysis, since he mentioned AKnet_V9 requires a lot more training data than the previous version of AKnet. It’s also useful for comparing Tesla to other companies like Waymo in terms of how much faster/slower you would infer Tesla is making progress based on first principles. It’s possible to compare against other numbers like Tesla’s R&D budget and the cost of labelling data. We can get a sense of whether or not Tesla could afford to label all the data it’s collecting.