Monday, December 5, 2022
HomeAutoTesla car's self-driving feature failed, truck mistook horse cart, watch video

Tesla car’s self-driving feature failed, truck mistook horse cart, watch video

The video shows how Tesla’s software is not able to detect a horse-drawn carriage and when the Tesla car was driving behind a horse-drawn carriage, its software mistook it to be a truck. The screen shows a truck, a palanquin and a man walking behind a palanquin.

One of them resembles a horse and a buggy. Tesla’s self-driving software looks like a truck due to its length, but it’s funny to see the AI ​​get confused. As soon as this video surfaced, it has become increasingly viral on social media.

Soon trolls such as “Tesla vs Horse Carriage”, “Elon should fix this” and “Bro is playing prop hunt” started coming up with it. A few days ago, the Department of Motor Vehicles in California accused Elon Musk-run Tesla of making fake claims about its Autopilot and full self-driving features.

Tesla car's self-driving feature failed, truck mistook horse cart, watch video

The agency said in its filing that Tesla “misunderstood” that cars equipped with the technology can operate autonomously. The DMV pointed to information on Tesla’s Autopilot page that said its FSD system is “designed to be able to make short and long distance trips without action required by the person sitting in the driver’s seat.”

Also able to navigate urban roads, complex intersections and freeways. For your information, let us tell you that Tesla was about to launch its cars in the Indian market, but the company abandoned this plan due to non-availability of import duty by the Indian government.

Tesla car's self-driving feature failed, truck mistook horse cart, watch video

Elon Musk had said about launching his cars in India that he is waiting for the permission of the Indian government to start selling in India. Along with this, he also told that if the Indian government allows him to sell his cars first, then only he will set up a Tesla plant in India.

Tesla car's self-driving feature failed, truck mistook horse cart, watch video

According to a report, after starting the Gigafactory in Shanghai, China, Tesla is now planning to set up its second Gigafactory in Indonesia. It is being told that Tesla has been in talks with the Indian government for the last few years to cut the import tax of Tesla cars. The company had told the government that due to higher import tax on cars in India, its cars could become expensive.

- Advertisement -
MOBILE

- Advertisment -

- Advertisment -spot_imgspot_imgspot_img

Auto

Two Wheeler

BUSINESS AND FINANCE

Digit News

spot_img