【自动驾驶汽车正在学会躲避泥坑】

【自动驾驶汽车正在学会躲避泥坑】近日,特拉斯的CEO埃隆·马斯克在推特上表示,特斯拉正在开发一项功能,可以让自动驾驶汽车避免泥坑。自2014年以来,Telsa一直提供自动驾驶功能,并致力于推动其系统实现完全自主。车上的自动驾驶仪主要是依靠相机、超声波传感器和雷达让汽车“感知”周围的环境,识别障碍物和车道等物体。数据被发送到机载计算机,这些计算机使用机器学习来判断下一步要做什么。

Elon Musk says Tesla is developing a feature that allows self-driving cars to avoid potholes

  • Tesla CEO, Elon Musk says that company will work to make cars avoid potholes
  • In order to avoid road hazards, users must currently take command of the wheel
  • But, numerous hacks and flaws have sprung up in Tesla cars over recent months 
  • The company says none of the observations constitute a serious concern  

Technology behind self-driving cars has come a long way in the last several years, racing from the lab to real-life city streets, but for the artificially-intelligent vehicles, obstacles, in this case the all-too-common pothole, still abound.

Tesla CEO and avid Twitter user, Elon Musk, said that his company is working to change that.

In a reply to multiple tweets regarding test runs of Tesla's new and more automated autopilot feature, Musk seems to suggest that his company is working on a solution to help the company's vehicles steer clear of dangerous potholes.

For artificially-intelligent vehicles, obstacles, in this case the all-too-common pothole, still abound. Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that his company is working to change that

For artificially-intelligent vehicles, obstacles, in this case the all-too-common pothole, still abound. Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that his company is working to change that

WHAT IS TESLA'S AUTOPILOT?

 Tesla introduced Autopilot in 2014.

Autopilot is the software that powers the car's self-driving capabilities.

It supports lane centering, self-parking and the ability to automatically change lanes, among other things.

Autopilot relies on cameras, ultrasonic sensors and radar.

These components allow the vehicle to 'see' its surroundings, picking up on things like obstacles and traffic lanes.

Data is sent to on-board computers that use machine learning to make judgments on what to do next.

Currently, drivers are required to seize control of the car in order to safely avoid road hazards, including potentially dangerous divots.

Telsa has offered an autopilot feature since 2014 and has consistently worked to drive its systems towards full autonomy.

Most recently, an update in April saw the introducing of what the company called a 'more seamless' lane-change system that does away with the requirement that users confirm a lane change change prior to the car's execution.

Though the move marks a major advancement for Tesla's autopilot systems, the company's roll out of its new feature has been colored by a disconcerting new study from researchers who tricked the car into veering toward oncoming traffic.

To compound the apparent flaw, all the feat took was placing a few reflective stickers on the road which seemed to confuse the car's visual systems into thinking the lane diverts.

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