Recently, a Tesla owner, Guri C, shared a distressing incident on X.com where Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) autonomous driving system and Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) function prevented a potentially fatal collision. According to Guri C, while the FSD was activated, his model Y refused to move forward when the traffic light turned green. Despite stepping on the accelerator, the vehicle braked instead. Seven seconds later, another vehicle ran a red light at high speed and the Tesla’s intervention prevented a collision.
Guri C’s testimony has sparked discussions about the safety net provided by autonomous technology. Many people praised the advanced technology of Tesla vehicles, noting that the FSD system’s reluctance to accelerate even when overridden by human command potentially saved lives in this situation. The integration of an ever-evolving neural network powered by multiple cameras and artificial intelligence chips was also highlighted for its role in ensuring proactive and autonomous responses to potential dangers on the road.
This near-tragic incident demonstrates the advances in autonomous technology and the potential of a future where artificial intelligence operates with heightened awareness to prevent accidents and ensure road safety. Additionally, it reinforces Tesla’s commitment to safety and innovation, with a vision led by Elon Musk to make a safer autonomous future a reality.
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