Tesla’s excited to ramp up its work to create a fully self-driving car platform by the end of the year — so it wants your permission to take some quick videos while you’re behind the wheel, please.
The electric automaker rolled out the latest version of its HW2 Autopilot software and asked owners to agree to some new terms along with the update, according to Electrek, which published the message Tesla sent its owners.
In order to “improve autonomous safety features and make self-driving a reality for you as soon as possible,” Tesla has asked owners to allow their cars’ camera systems to record “short video clips.” Those videos will be used to help hone the Autopilot’s visual recognition capabilities to keep the cars on the road. Read more…
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