Autopilot is one of the features that draws the most attention in Tesla cars. This is a mode that allows the vehicle to drive more autonomously, even if it does not require the driver’s hands.
In order to put the Autopilot into practice, Elon Musk’s cars have cameras and sensors that use neural networks in order to analyze and identify unprocessed images, and thus unveil everything that is seen.
A video shared by Tesla this week basically puts us in the Autopilot ‘eyes’. From these you can see how this mode sees everything around you on the road.
Video shows everything Autopilot identifies in greater detail
In the video, you can see Tesla’s Autopilot identifying vehicles that are stopped and vehicles in motion, but also traffic signs, traffic lights, the lane and pedestrians.
According to Tesla itself, the neural networks responsible for operating the Autopilot are put to the test in the most complicated traffic scenarios in the world. It should be recalled that Tesla’s fleet exceeds 1 million vehicles worldwide.
There is no doubt that Autopilot still has a lot to develop until it becomes a system that allows you to let go of the steering wheel and let the car just drive for you. However, this is already a great help for any driver.
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