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Listen now to snippet “Elon Musk, His Role At Tesla and The Autopilot System” from FYI - For Your Innovation. Which approach they using to perfect the car’s auto-drive.
The FYI - For Your Innovation Podcast offers an intellectual discussion on recent developments across disruptive innovation—driven by research, news, controversies, companies, and technological breakthroughs. Hosted by ARK Invest, ARK and guests provide a unique perspective on how to best understand disruptive innovation.
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I mean, this is an amazing technological feat. What gives you the confidence that this is a solvable problem? And then why should test look either one to solve this? Well, I First of all, I think it's helpful to clarify with people think sometimes that I'm like a business person for finance person or something like that. I'm an engineer. I do engineering always have. So I'm gonna write software for, like, 15 years, 20 years. And I understand technology and software quite a fundamental level. I know what we need to solve to make well, self driving feature complete, I think regret an extremely good technical team. I think we really have the best people. It's an honor to work with them. I'm certain that we will get this done this year. So can I ask you about autopilot? So, to what degree is consumer use of autopilot important in terms of furthering along the process? Because it seems like, you know, not every consumer is going to use it. It might very personal person. Should you sort of incentivize people to use it, maybe auto initiate. Is that even possible? We're here. I think we're talking about quality of the data. Is that what you're talking about? The data that you're getting cause you can monitor all the data? But the quality with autopilot is superior. I would imagine the advantage that we have that I think is very difficult to overcome is that we have just a vast amounts of data on interventions so effectively the customers are training the system on how to drive. And there are millions of corner cases that so obscure and where you wouldn't believe it. I mean, there's there's different road markings, different rules in different countries, different expectations. You've got rain, snow, sleet, hail, you know, hurricanes, floods, fires, smoke, dust. It's insane. But we got cars in almost all really in all those environments. And so we every time somebody intervenes, takes over from autopilot, it saves that information on an uploaded to our system. We don't know which card was or how what happened. You know, there's no individual attribution for the car. We just know that that intervention took place, and then we see what is required to fix that intervention and really trying to quite good, not even requiring human labeling. Basically, the person say drives through the intersection we know then and is thereby training autopilot. What to dio, right? Do you think one of the questions we debate a lot when we look at what happening is that what is happening at Waymo and Cruise Automation is that it seems as though the artificial intelligence or deep learning or deep reinforcement learning that you're using, you know, is probabilistic. They seem to be more deterministic in their approach because we're just looking at what's going wrong there. And that's what that suggests is. Does that what? Yeah, essentially and heuristics approach to this will result in a local maximum of capability, so not a global maximum. I think you really have to apply a sophisticated neural net to achieve a global maximum. And that's why the reliance on light are is unwise if it gets you to a certain point, but no further and so basically, syriza if then else statements and light are is not going to solve it. Forget it. Your game over. You have to solve vision, perception, essentially understanding and both patients, and then it's solved. You don't need anything else. No other senses at all. I mean, we drive cars with basically two cameras that aren't very good and on a gimbal that doesn't move very fast, and professional driver will almost have almost never have an accent.
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