New Fully Self Driving Computers In Production At Tesla

Controversies related to Tesla actions, firmware updates and their models seem to appear in the news almost every day. However, the technology mogul never hesitates to surprise his audience.

Tesla, the US automotive and energy company based in Palo Alto, California, has just confirmed the manufacture of its first fully autonomous computer. On the 3rd of this month, Tesla shared a press release in which he confirmed the celebration of an “Investor’s Day” at its headquarters in Palo Alto on the morning of April 19. The event is expected to reveal its latest technology of “automatic driving technology and roads”. Map, “according to the statement. Reportedly, the feature will give Teslas the ability to drive on its own after software updates over the air.

Tesla’s long-awaited vision for the cars they drove by themselves had seen some obstacles in the past, as they had been criticized for having their customers buy vehicles with self-driving characteristics when the technology was still in development. However, the company has overcome most of its obstacles and demonstrated and delivered the capabilities it previously promised, such as the introduction of smoother navigation on the autopilot and the new and simplified customer referral program.

As the event is expected to be broadcast on the Web, it is reluctant to say that any media will be invited for coverage. During the event, investors will be invited to take risks and drive Teslas with the newly introduced autonomous driving functions.

The event will feature presentations by CEO Elon Musk. In addition, the vice presidents of engineering and hardware engineering and the senior director of Artificial Intelligence at Tesla, Andrej Karpathy, will illustrate their perspectives on their perspectives on the strategies of their respective departments for the future of the company.

The Geneva Motor Show last year made it clear to Tesla that competitors are not just playing. Big names of automakers like Porsche, Audi, BMW, Jaguar and Hyundai appeared and joked with all-electric cars at the event. This tells us that the dominance of Tesla, the leading electric car manufacturer to date, could end soon or perhaps if they come up with another amazing technology that also puts them ahead of their competitors in the future.