Tesla Autopilot steers around rogue barrier at construction site with ease

By Simon Alvarez Posted on December 2, 2019 Tesla’s Autopilot continues to get more refined with each new update, and if a recent video from a Model 3 owner is any indication, it appears that the driver-assist system is getting more capable in recognizing and reacting to unexpected incidents on the road. Take, for example, […]

Tesla Autopilot video suggests that dogs are now recognized as pedestrian objects

By Simon Alvarez Posted on November 13, 2019 It appears that Teslas are getting better and better at recognizing objects that are encountered in everyday inner-city driving. According to recent reports, for example, Autopilot appears to have gained the capability to recognize animals such as dogs.  The recent observations were shared by Tesla owner-enthusiast @greentheonly, […]

Tesla Autopilot nears 2 billion miles driven, Full-Self Driving continues to improve

By Simon Alvarez Posted on November 12, 2019 It appears that Tesla Autopilot is closing in on yet another milestone. Just a year after reaching its 1 billionth real-world mile in Autopilot, the electric car maker’s fleet of vehicles appears to have traveled yet another billion miles, providing Tesla’s Full Self-Driving initiative with a total […]