A couple of days ago was the first Tesla AI day where Andrej Karpathy, the Director of AI at Tesla, and others presented how Tesla’s autopilot works from the image acquisition through their eight cameras to the navigation process on the roads.Learn more in this short video. The video is a short video that shows how a Tesla car can not only see but navigate the roads with other vehicles. Learn more in the short video below. The video was made on the top of the top corner of the video and quickly takes you to the top right.

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If you wonder how a Tesla car can not only see but navigate the roads with other vehicles, this is the video you were waiting for. A couple of days ago was the first Tesla AI day where Andrej Karpathy, the Director of AI at Tesla, and others presented how Tesla’s autopilot works from the image acquisition through their eight cameras to the navigation process on the roads.

This week, I cover Andrej Karpathy’s talk at Tesla AI Day on how Tesla’s autopilot works.

Learn more in this short video

Video Transcript

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if you wonder how a tesla car can not

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only see but navigate the roads with

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other vehicles this is the video you

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were waiting for a couple of days ago

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was the first tesla ai day where andrei

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karpathy the director of ai at tesla and

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others presented how tesla’s autopilot

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works from the image acquisition through

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their eight cameras to the navigation

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process on the roads tesla’s cars have

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eight cameras like this illustration

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allowing the vehicle to see its

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surrounding and far in front

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unfortunately you cannot simply take all

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the information from these eight cameras

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and send it directly to an ai that will

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tell you what to do as this will be way

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too much information to process at once

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and our computers aren’t this powerful

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yet just imagine trying to do this

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yourself having to process everything

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all around you honestly i find it

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difficult to turn left when there are no

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stop signs and you need to check both

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sides multiple times before taking a

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decision well it’s the same for neural

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networks or more precisely for computing

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devices like cpus and gpus to attack

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this issue we have to compress the data

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while keeping the most relevant

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information similar to what our…

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