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Tesla: American records autopilot making mistakes in steering

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Recently, Tesla launched the beta version of its “Full Self-Driving” (FSD) technology, a more advanced version of autopilot of the brand cars Elon Musk. The additional feature costs $ 10,000 and offers self-parking, traffic light recognition and stop signs and the ability to enter ramps and highway exits.

Tesla’s autopilot, however, is not quite so automatic. In a video posted on March 12, YouTube user AI Addict drives a Tesla Model 3 with the FSD beta. It is possible to see the vehicle dodging objects and other vehicles, trying to go down railway tracks and even hitting a row of poles that separates the road from a bike path. The only thing that prevented accidents was the driver, who quickly took over.

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In another video from the same channel, the user travels through the city of Oakland, in the United States, and watches the autopilot drive towards the wrong side of the road and almost crash several times with other cars.

“As is evident, FSD 8.2 doesn’t work as well in big cities as Oakland,” said the creator at the end of the video. “It seems to work very well and, in fact, very excellently when it comes to suburbs and rural areas, but it is clear that Tesla still needs to make further updates when it comes to these urban units.”

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