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Tesla has 3B miles of data on AP #5410763 04/22/20 10:56 PM
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In February, Tesla reached 3,000,000,000 miles worth of AutoPilot driving data from more than 50 countries.
200,000 automated lane changes.

From a technology standpoint, there is no other car that compares.
With each update, our Teslas keep getting better.
Can your car see an orange traffic cone?
The $200K Taycan Turbo is awesome but from a tech standpoint it pales in comparison to a $50K Model 3.

AP 3B miles of data


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Re: Tesla has 3B miles of data on AP [Re: JeffKeryk] #5410768 04/22/20 11:03 PM
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I was on the Coast last year visiting relatives last year and it seemed every other car was a Tesla around the cities, much less so in the sticks. Maybe having to do with range. I was surprised by the number of quick charge stations out in the middle of nowhere.


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Re: Tesla has 3B miles of data on AP [Re: JeffKeryk] #5410777 04/22/20 11:12 PM
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No thanks to paying $50k for a model 3 just to get AP. I very much like to drive, thank you. If I don’t want to drive, I’ll take the train.

The data gathering and development process is neat. I wonder how much of that is in no contrast scenarios?

Re: Tesla has 3B miles of data on AP [Re: JeffKeryk] #5410913 04/23/20 07:00 AM
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Originally Posted by JeffKeryk
In February, Tesla reached 3,000,000,000 miles worth of AutoPilot driving data from more than 50 countries.
200,000 automated lane changes.

From a technology standpoint, there is no other car that compares.
With each update, our Teslas keep getting better.
Can your car see an orange traffic cone?
The $200K Taycan Turbo is awesome but from a tech standpoint it pales in comparison to a $50K Model 3.

AP 3B miles of data



Even if it was 100 percent safe AP still wouldn't impress me. It's just not a feature that i care about because I actually enjoy the act of driving because if its inherent risk. AP is the latest example of technology continuing its slow march towards the emasculation of the male species. I'm not interested in living in a risk free world. That's boring as #####


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Re: Tesla has 3B miles of data on AP [Re: JeffKeryk] #5410955 04/23/20 08:01 AM
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From a Data standpoint, this is me likey: the Data Science/Analytics team mus have a lot of "fun", especially with a non-standard like Elon and managers "educated" by him.

I wonder how everything ties out chronologically with the various updates and various country signage+traffic rules.

P.S. [off-topic]: I was pretty proud some years back when some parts from the SpaceX rocket launched had been run through laser inscribing programs made by (my evil twin brother) :P. I know, not comparing with the actual tight-specs machining, but pretty good for somebody born in a country far-far-away.
Some pretty bright non-standard aero industry people...


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Re: Tesla has 3B miles of data on AP [Re: BMWTurboDzl] #5410958 04/23/20 08:05 AM
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Originally Posted by BMWTurboDzl
Originally Posted by JeffKeryk
In February, Tesla reached 3,000,000,000 miles worth of AutoPilot driving data from more than 50 countries.
200,000 automated lane changes.

From a technology standpoint, there is no other car that compares.
With each update, our Teslas keep getting better.
Can your car see an orange traffic cone?
The $200K Taycan Turbo is awesome but from a tech standpoint it pales in comparison to a $50K Model 3.

AP 3B miles of data



Even if it was 100 percent safe AP still wouldn't impress me. It's just not a feature that i care about because I actually enjoy the act of driving because if its inherent risk. AP is the latest example of technology continuing its slow march towards the emasculation of the male species. I'm not interested in living in a risk free world. That's boring as #####


[off-topic]:
Come on, ATL and neighboring hills/mountains is plenty of fun even (for me) in a wavy mini-minivan.
Leave the AP to the trendy suburbanites + urbanites and let's have our fun. You are in the territory of no-rust....


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Re: Tesla has 3B miles of data on AP [Re: JeffKeryk] #5410972 04/23/20 08:22 AM
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Nice. I can't wait until it's legal to have the car drive itself. Would save so much time on long drives.

Re: Tesla has 3B miles of data on AP [Re: JeffKeryk] #5410974 04/23/20 08:23 AM
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Originally Posted by JeffKeryk
In February, Tesla reached 3,000,000,000 miles worth of AutoPilot driving data from more than 50 countries.
200,000 automated lane changes.

From a technology standpoint, there is no other car that compares.
With each update, our Teslas keep getting better.
Can your car see an orange traffic cone?
The $200K Taycan Turbo is awesome but from a tech standpoint it pales in comparison to a $50K Model 3.

AP 3B miles of data


You have officially earned your place on the Tesla Fanboy roster wink

Re: Tesla has 3B miles of data on AP [Re: JeffKeryk] #5410980 04/23/20 08:28 AM
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When they figure out how to have the car maneuver through times square in a normal rush hour without any human input, then I'd be interested.

Re: Tesla has 3B miles of data on AP [Re: JeffKeryk] #5410983 04/23/20 08:31 AM
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Data is power. It has so many uses, beyond what it was originally designed for.
In computer science, we call that "extending".

AP data capture is not so much about taking things away from people; rather it is for extending what the car can do; what people can do.
Teslas get safer, more fun and better with real world driving information.
Continuous car development decisions can be properly evaluated with data. It's called science.

By the way, Teslas are a blast to drive. Personally I hardly use AP.


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Re: Tesla has 3B miles of data on AP [Re: JeffKeryk] #5410985 04/23/20 08:37 AM
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Dang Jeff … Tesla needs to bring back the hippie van …
set that puppy on AP and hop in the back to, eh, get a nap 😴

Re: Tesla has 3B miles of data on AP [Re: LoneRanger] #5410988 04/23/20 08:41 AM
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Originally Posted by LoneRanger


You have officially earned your place on the Tesla Fanboy roster wink

I believe you know Tesla is #1, by far, in customer satisfaction, according to Consumer Reports.
CR considers this a critical metric.
While certainly not for everyone, this car is the future. It is so much more than electric.

Drive one.


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Re: Tesla has 3B miles of data on AP [Re: pandus13] #5410998 04/23/20 08:48 AM
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Originally Posted by pandus13
Originally Posted by BMWTurboDzl
Originally Posted by JeffKeryk
In February, Tesla reached 3,000,000,000 miles worth of AutoPilot driving data from more than 50 countries.
200,000 automated lane changes.

From a technology standpoint, there is no other car that compares.
With each update, our Teslas keep getting better.
Can your car see an orange traffic cone?
The $200K Taycan Turbo is awesome but from a tech standpoint it pales in comparison to a $50K Model 3.

AP 3B miles of data



Even if it was 100 percent safe AP still wouldn't impress me. It's just not a feature that i care about because I actually enjoy the act of driving because if its inherent risk. AP is the latest example of technology continuing its slow march towards the emasculation of the male species. I'm not interested in living in a risk free world. That's boring as #####


[off-topic]:
Come on, ATL and neighboring hills/mountains is plenty of fun even (for me) in a wavy mini-minivan.
Leave the AP to the trendy suburbanites + urbanites and let's have our fun. You are in the territory of no-rust....


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Re: Tesla has 3B miles of data on AP [Re: JeffKeryk] #5411000 04/23/20 08:49 AM
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Originally Posted by JeffKeryk
Originally Posted by LoneRanger


You have officially earned your place on the Tesla Fanboy roster wink

I believe you know Tesla is #1, by far, in customer satisfaction, according to Consumer Reports.
CR considers this a critical metric.
While certainly not for everyone, this car is the future. It is so much more than electric.

Drive one.


The same has been said about VW and Subaru. wink


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Cost and not very suitable for long range driving, like a lot of mine is, is why I'm not interested. I can see a + for local driving however, but the cost is why they will never be affordable for most Americans.


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