From Electrek: Tesla responds to Mobileye’s comments on Autopilot, confirms new in-house...

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    We reported earlier today on comments made by Mobileye CTO Amnon Shashua about what is starting to look like an ugly breakup between the Israel-based maker of driver assistance systems and Tesla. He claimed that Tesla was “pushing the envelope in terms of safety” and that the company wasn’t comfortable with it.

    But now Tesla is painting an entirely different picture of the reasons behind the end of the supply relationship. In doing so, Tesla confirmed its in-house ‘Tesla Vision’ product for computer vision and it depicted shady alleged business practices at Mobileye. more…

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    now I understand why Tesla would refuse to commit to some of the points out there...but they didn't mention which points exactly they didn't like...
    Now I'm curious what tesla think of this request:
    • Demanding that Tesla not use data that was collected by its vehicles’ cameras for any purpose other than helping MobilEye develop its products
     
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