Tesla’s electric driving assistance system, also known misleadingly as Full Self Driving, is software that allows drivers to find their way around, enter lanes or change lanes. automatic. Contrary to the name, Full Self Driving (FSD) is not a fully self-driving system, Tesla advises drivers to constantly keep an eye on the road as well as software performance.
Tesla is still working on perfecting the FSD, and the part is much improved than before. In a new video posted on YouTube, Chuck Cook – an engineer and FSD testing expert from the early days – tried to bring FSD Beta version 11.4.1 to the highway to test the ability to cross the road.
The video below can show you some of the capabilities of the FSD autonomous driving assistance system, and why future drivers will feel more secure on the road:
How a Tesla electric car automatically crosses the highway.
As you can see, the decisions FSD makes are not entirely correct. Crossing the road but not entering the lane closest to you is not really optimal. In the video Mr. Chuck Cook posted on YouTube, in 7 cases of crossing the road, up to 6 times FSD decided to enter the middle lane.
According to Mr. Cook, perhaps the logic of the software thinks that entering the middle lane is optimal. Anyway, in all 7 crossings, FSD successfully brought the Tesla electric car into the lane and there were no incidents.
Regarding Mr. Cook’s video, Elon Musk only had a brief comment like this to Chuck Cook’s Twitter post:
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