Tesla's Autopilot 8.0 makes radar its primary sensor while using fleet learning to patch up shortcomings

The Tesla incident that occurred earlier this year has incited a lot of bad press for the automotive company (see the July 19, 2016 LRASJ). Perhaps, then, it should come as no surprise that the company's Autopilot 8.0 has introduced drastic changes to the car company’s self-driving platform. In a...

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