Tesla deploys FSD Beta V10 in its early access fleet


Tesla touted FSD beta as a precursor to fully self-sustaining ability

Tesla updated its app and also introduced a new supercomputer chip for the same

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Tesla updated its app and also introduced a new supercomputer chip for the same

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As you might expect, and for once, Tesla has rolled out v10 of the full autonomous driving beta software that Elon Musk described as mind blowing just a few weeks ago. Perhaps, as most have noticed, the most mind-boggling thing is that Tesla and Musk delivered.

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The software enables the self-driving ability for Tesla electric vehicles which have the full self-driving set, but this ability is still adorned with a level 2, not level 4 autonomous ability astrix which is the minimum number for self-driving cars that can operate in hands-free mode.

Elon Musk had previously indicated that full autonomous driving software will be rolled out soon when it hits v10, which he now has at least for the Early Access fleet, but soon if it’s bugged it could be deployed to a wider audience. Many users have started reporting that they have received the update and have posted screenshots of it on Twitter.


Musk is a big supporter of the FSD beta

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One of the most notable changes is that the pilot visualizations have been updated with a more modern and minimal look. Elon Musk has promised he could be there for many more users by the end of the month with a download button in the pipeline, but Musk flattered he cheated not once but many times.


Tesla announced earlier this year that it will stop using speed cameras on its cars and have a vision-based autonomous driving system that will use algorithms trained on its Dojo supercomputer which are processed on the device. on the FSD computer of the vehicle itself. This has led some authorities to lower the safety rating of Tesla vehicles.

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