China Cybertruck owner-Do you think Cypertruck works better with Alpha Dog?

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Yup yup. Other than Tesla, I think the closest one to succeeding in the long-term is Rivian. They're the only one, other than Tesla, that is likely going to actually mass produce soonish. They have a lot of good investors like @Cyberman said, but they do appear to be building for more demand than they've received, but what do I know? I hope they make it!
Keep in mind, Amazon is buying large numbers of delivery vans from them. It's likely they have other commercial buyers for their vans as well. I'm not sure, but their consumer products might just be a side-show.
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Yeah, Zero and Energica are still in startup burn, even though they've been selling bikes for a decade (and Energica supplies an entire racing circuit)

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The arrival of smart cars is accelerating. I also want to put some electric bikes on my CT for my family to ride. Do you have any recommended brands? Put pictures or links.
 

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The AI level required for 3-5 is basically the same thing. The only real difference is the AI's support network. In 3, the AI depends on you to get it out of a jam, In 4 and 5, it depends upon its own support network. It's more a legal framework than AI at that point.

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The AI level required for 3-5 is basically the same thing. The only real difference is the AI's support network. In 3, the AI depends on you to get it out of a jam, In 4 and 5, it depends upon its own support network. It's more a legal framework than AI at that point.

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I watched today's AI Day livestream, and my biggest impression was that Tesla's cloud-based machine deep learning technology is now leading the world. Lots of real data are tagged by Tesla and learned to build 3d models. Will this worry the government and give Tesla some oversight? As for the humanoid robot, Japan has been doing this for a long time and it's probably not as powerful as the Tesla

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Well, Tesla hasn't made the physical robot yet.

ASIMO's current descendants are more like what Tesla says they're doing than the Atlas (And isn't that Boston Dynamics? I didn't know Hyundai had a partnership with them). The Atlas is much stronger and more nimble than what Tesla is aiming at - but can't perceive objects in the world, only surfaces.

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I watched today's AI Day livestream, and my biggest impression was that Tesla's cloud-based machine deep learning technology is now leading the world. Lots of real data are tagged by Tesla and learned to build 3d models. Will this worry the government and give Tesla some oversight? As for the humanoid robot, Japan has been doing this for a long time and it's probably not as powerful as the Tesla

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Looking forward to having my own Rachel Tyrell to sit beside me driving my CT on my camping trips. :love:
 

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Tesla Bot developer recruitment, development in California, mass production in Texas

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