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    Sep 28, 2016
    Tesla starts adding features to new Autopilot cars in order to match the older version


    Tesla promises that its new Autopilot hardware will enable all of its new vehicles to eventually reach level 5 autonomous driving capability, but in the meantime, they are lacking several features that have long been available in its cars equipped with the first generation Autopilot. Over the weekend, Tesla started pushing a new update to start adding those features, but new owners will have to wait a little longer for features most associated with Autopilot, like Autosteer or Traffic-aware cruise control. more…

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  2. Kizzy

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    Jul 25, 2016
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    “Speed Assist”? Is that basic cruise control?
  3. Yannick Hein

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    Dec 12, 2016
    Bochum, Germany
    With Tesla announcing that they are going to build their own ASIC chip for self-driving, I wonder if there will be an Autopilot 3.0 with greatly reduced features vs. v 2.0 coming in 2018 maybe? Will they start all over again? With neural networks, you would need the exact same architecure to transport the already trained net information to the newer net... Or you would have to start training all over again. They will probably find a solution to deal with this in the future, when more and more technical improvements make transitions to newer hardware necessary. But switching from Nvidia to their own hardware, this won't go smooth...
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