I understand since I agree that Smart Summon will almost certainly result in additional people getting injured or killed than if it wasn't released. I'm not exactly sure why I'm not as upset as you about it. I guess I see that people do get enjoyment out of it and that's got to be worth something.
Here's a question. If General Motors somehow caused all of their cars on the road to have this same version of Smart Summon active, would you be ok with that from a road safety perspective? 'Cause if it would be irresponsible for GM, it is also irresponsible for Tesla.
Tesla's "advantage" over the rest of the auto industry here isn't that it is technologically more advanced, but that it is willing to put onto the road features that all of the other manufacturers would (correctly to my mind) consider to be not safe enough to release.
If all the manufacturers acted the way Tesla did with AP, FSD and their subcomponants, we'd have a mess on the road (and in the parking lot). Tesla only gets away with this because it is relatively small. But putting cars on the road that imitate toddlers is a menace to everyone else on the road.