I would highly doubt there is any attention paid to the email trying to explain what happened. Same with humans looking at video clips from button presses.I expect it will be checked if you press the button but if you email them with a explanation with time and vin# it would ensure that they understood why it was pressed.
If you mean the FSD beta and you are on that beta, then there is an email address in the release notes, along with how to use it.How do we go about reporting FSD issues to Tesla? Is clicking on that icon on the screen all we have to do at the time of the event?
Where is this on refreshed model S and model X 2022? No camera icon.
I just got FSD beta (June 4) on my refreshed S and there is no camera button to report bugs. Any help?Do you have FSD Beta? Seems you may have FSD but Not have beta which is where the button is.
Yes, that's how it works. It saves vehicle information and recordings from the cameras and then we you get back on wifi, it will upload them to TeslaI have that icon on my legacy MS with FSDB. When pressed, the icon greys out for a second but there is no other message or indication it did anything. Is that expected?
I would highly doubt there is any attention paid to the email trying to explain what happened. Same with humans looking at video clips from button presses.
Not to say it never happens, but the way this stuff gets trained (in very basic terms) is sampling good behaviors and bad behaviors, and having the system infer what it should do based on what it has seen before. What the driver did while in control of the vehicle is the truth is. There's no console at Tesla where they can manually improve the behavior for a single reported use case. Tesla is looking at thousands of video samples to put into a system to improve certain behaviors.
So for example 10.5, 165k videos have been taken in and automatically processed/labeled to improve the car's understanding of how road lines and curbs are interpreted. This is what the release notes are really saying when it says... "Improved static world predictions (road lines, edges, and lane connectivity) by up to 13% using a new static world auto-labeler and adding 165K auto-labeled videos."