Tesla using Human Guinea Pigs to Test Autopilot Traffic Light and Stop Sign Development — What Could Go Wrong?

  • Railroad crossings
  • Keep-out zones
  • Toll booths
  • Crosswalk systems
  • Yield signs or temporary traffic lights and stop signs (such as at construction areas)
  • Miscellaneous traffic U-turn lights, bicycle and pedestrian crossing lights, lane availability lights, etc.
  • Furthermore, while the feature aims to stop at a red light, they require input from the driver to go through green lights. Tesla explains that the vehicle will require permission from the driver to cross traffic lights even if they are green.

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