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Safety group noted study: Tesla’s self-driving car can’t recognize pedestrians of children

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A safety technology advocacy group claimed on the 9th to be an “electric car maker”.Tesla(Tesla’s self-driving software poses a potentially fatal threat to child pedestrians,” also becomes the latest in a series of claims and investigations against Tesla’s self-driving technology.


The latest version of Tesla’s full self-driving (FSD) beta software repeatedly crashed into a stationary child’s effigy, according to a safety test conducted by the Dawn Project, which said the technology was difficult for children to identify. , and urged the public to put pressure on the Congress. To ban Tesla’s self-driving technology.

In this test, test drivers found that the self-driving software released in June failed to reach speeds of up to 25 mph.traceFor the child sized model rammed further. Project Dawn founder Dan O’Dowd called the results “deeply disturbing” and said “Elon Musk said Tesla’s self-driving software was amazing, but it’s not, it’s a mortal threat to all Americans.”

O’Dowd reported that “more than 100,000 Tesla drivers are already using full self-driving mode on the road, putting children at great risk in communities across the country”, adding that he believes that the test results indicate a need to restrict oneself. drivingVehicleBut O’Dowd has been accused of being nothing more than a competitor to Tesla because his company claims to be an expert in creating specific software for “Green Hills” self-driving systems, but O’Dowd’s To say that the software does not compete with Tesla.

Since 2016, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has investigated 30 accidents involving Tesla vehicles equipped with Autopilot, 19 of which were fatal.



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