[9:50] "Even the most advanced technology still struggles with bad weather...."
If they don't overcome that problem then the geographical range is going to be limited; we had great weather yesterday till a heavy rain storm appeared out of nowhere (even my X indicated that "blindspot detection was unavailable") so would a driverless vehicle just stop? Gotta fix some basic issues if driverless vehicles are ever to become a reality.
Where and how are critical questions. In my example case i was on a 2 lane windy road so there would be no where for a driverless vehicle to pull over; equally if a driverless truck was on the freeway and suddenly hit heavy rain like that so that blindspot detection was unavailable how could the vehicle pull over safely? You certainly wouldn't want it to stop in a driving lane.
IMO, FSD cannot currently deal with all the real world weather variables in a safe manner.