Tesla Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) – Tesla’s self-driving beta software shows humans how to drive this dangerous road



Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) has been testing its autonomous driving software, dubbed FSD Beta, for over a year now with a small group of public volunteer testers.

Recently, Tesla rolled out the software to new testers via a safety score, increasing the number of participants.

YouTuber CGP Gray recently gained access to the beta and decided to drive autonomously on the Dragon’s Tail in North Carolina, which he says is an incredibly dangerous road in the United States with high traffic numbers. accidents. He describes that with the nearest hospital an hour away, ambulances can wait there on the busiest days.

In the video, various accidents are shown on the road by human drivers. It seems humans just can’t stay together and want to push their vehicles with risky behaviors, resulting in many crashes. The robot car, on the other hand, takes the curves slowly and smoothly. The Tesla ends up on the other side of the dangerous road without any intervention from the human driver. FSD Beta made the player easy in comparison.

Some jobs are simply better delegated to machines. And while this road may seem easy enough, statistics show that it is a dangerous road that is easily handled and traveled by a self-driving car.

Photo courtesy of Tesla.

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