In the past year, there have been at least three fatal crashes when Tesla cars were in self-driving mode.
A horn-honking motorist failed to rouse the driver on the Massachusetts Turnpike.
The new system will rely on foremost on radar to detect obstacles, rather than primarily on cameras.
While the government has not determined the cause of the crash, the incident has increased scrutiny of Tesla.
So why do we give ourselves a pass, while attributing an obnoxious status to others? Why does our gut always make us out to be the good guys, and other people bad guys?
He says they're way safer than human drivers.
Mike Sharkey is the CEO and co-founder of Autopilot, the easy and visual software for automating customer journeys, where he leads a team driven to help marketers harness the power of automation and build better relationships.
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