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    Elon Musk says Tesla will have self-driving cars without human drivers within a year

    May 24,2022 | Chloe Lacour

    Tesla's Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta has all the features of Autopilot

    Imagen para el artículo titulado Elon Musk asegura que en un año Tesla tendrá autos autónomos sin necesidad de conductores humanosImagen: JIM WATSON/AFP (Getty Images)

    A few hours ago, Tesla's CEO met with reporters in Brazil, and he again left a big headline, although in this case, it doesn't appear to be the first time he's said something like: In a full year, Tesla will have a fleet of self-driving cars without a human driver.

    The reason for Musk's trip was apparently to work with the local government on a plan to connect the Amazon region to his SpaceX Starlink satellite internet, and of course, he discussed Tesla with local reporters.

    Musk said his car company would make the dream of a fleet possible without the need for a driver, a dream that will come true in a year's time, around May 2023.

    If Musk's words sound like deja vu, that's because this really isn't the first time we've heard something like this. In fact, Musk has been claiming that starting in 2020, Tesla will have 1 million robot taxis on the road by the end of the year, a term (Robo-taxi) that means the vehicle can provide taxis without a driver Serve.

    Nonetheless, Tesla's Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta has all the hallmarks of an Autopilot system, but the problem is that they often fail, requiring constant driver vigilance. Take control.

    Musk also explained that the company will continue to improve the system and test it with its fleet of beta FSDs and collect data to train its neural network. If there are enough improvements, Tesla hopes its system is safe enough to be used without driver monitoring.


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