Well, it all depends on the culture and specifics of a country/region. living in Europe, we are not accustomed to guns in general which is fine by me.
However in the US the views and situation are different which by the way I don’t (want to) judge at all.
My only point to use that expression was to convey the responsability part of using guns and by extend also AP/FSD.
It does an impressive job but it should be handled as a TACC/L2 system as stated by Tesla to avoid turning your car into a ‘potentional weapon’: use common sense and stay alert when using the system, if not, the only person to blame is yourself in my personal opinion.
I get the impression that the NHTSA tries to lure in Tesla to answer questions to be able to blame them And they don’t make sense to me. The system was not designed to handle these situations, however a few weeks after the NHTSA blew this up, the system got an OTA to handle these situation which they should applaud.
But that still doesn’t mean it should be used in those situations or to be relied upon at this point in time.
PS: if this was a finished product, the situation would, of course, be completely different.
intresting times, that’s for sure!!