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    Sep 28, 2016
    Tesla CEO Elon Musk says ‘almost all new cars will be self-driving within 10 years’


    There are a few important milestones associated with the advent of autonomous driving: the first self-driving car being commercially available, all new cars have self-driving capability, and all cars on the road have self-driving capability. There could be years or even decades between those milestones.

    At the end of 2017, it will be the deadline for Elon Musk’s most recent prediction for the first one and since he predicted that Tesla will be the first to market, it’s also when the company plans to have its first fully self-driving software build available.

    Today, Musk is making a prediction for the second milestone and consequently the last milestone. more…

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    Oct 13, 2016
    I wonder if Tesla is building in the capability to upgrade to two Drive PX 2 computers? Any ideas @TrevP ?

    from the article:

    Interestingly, he hinted today during the talk that Tesla could need to upgrade the computer in the new vehicles in order to enable fully self-driving. Tesla’s vehicles are equipped with NVIDIA’s Drive PX 2 supercomputer and Musk said that it could be enough to surpass human driving, but if not, they could easily upgrade the computer.
    While Tesla is promising level 5 autonomous driving on its new hardware, NVIDIA thinks that level 3 is possible, but two Drive PX 2 computers would be necessary for level 4-5.

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