Tesla CEO Elon Musk has recently resumed a high level of Twitter activity. Although Tesla closed the plant due to the corona virus pandemic, he seems optimistic, which may be due to Tesla’s great success.
Last night, he talked about the upcoming Tesla Autopilot rewrite, which will add functionality. However, he said it may take several months before it is released to the public.
Musk brings to Twitter to answer questions from Whole mars On the progress of rewriting autonomous driving. Twitter users joked and asked if Tesla planned to call it “PlaidNet”. Musk replied that progress was going well. He admitted that basically everything must be rewritten.
Musk answered another question Tesla owner East Bay Ask how the reverse call is going. He said that the new software stack comes with many features that may refer to the same “rewrite.”
Musk clarified that although it may be ready to be released within 2 to 4 months, this does not mean that the feature will prove to be safe to release to customers’ cars. It may be completely ready by then, but the owner may also have to wait longer to update.
For those who understand how this technology works, Musk talked about “Every step from training to inference is fundamentally ‘3D’.” He also said that it will include a more advanced “tag system”.
In any case, this is just a hint of more progress in Tesla’s fully autonomous driving function, which should have been prepared long ago. Obviously, this is not something that can be hurried.