Why self-driving cars are a LIE!

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We’ve got some news for you… Self-driving cars are a LIE!

Now we hear you - you’ve probably seen a couple of self-driving cars shown off by some manufacturers. And what’s more, you’ve also probably heard that new Teslas come including self-driving tech!

Well here’s the thing… Any self-driving car you’ve seen from a manufacturer is only a concept. There are currently NO self-driving cars in production! And what’s more, when it comes to Tesla, although they do apparently include self-driving tech, we can assure you that it’s temperamental at the best of times!

So the question is - will we ever see a self-driving car go into production in our lifetime?! There’s only one way to find out… Join Mat for his latest video and see for yourself!

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تعليقات

  1. carwow

    carwow20 أيام قبل

    First.

  2. Bill Kerr

    Bill Kerr4 أيام قبل

    There is another psychological barrier to self-driving cars. A robot car will be programmed to do whatever needs to be done to avoid a crash. Many places (maybe not Canada) have drivers we might politely call "a little aggressive". Those drivers will quickly learn that self-driving cars will always let them pull onto the road, change lanes, or even stop. Self-driving cars, if they ever come to be, will be the Patseys of the highway

  3. Rover Waters

    Rover Waters7 أيام قبل

    Why electric cars are a LIE?

  4. Nick Smith

    Nick Smith13 أيام قبل

    Seen this Matt? A driverless truck with the TuSimple system fitted. arstart.info/eye/fydyw/xnqX0K9rg5_djGE.html

  5. Rick Vulcan

    Rick Vulcan13 أيام قبل

    Nothing is impossible mate. It'll happen eventually.

  6. Bionic Rusty

    Bionic Rusty14 أيام قبل

    😂😉

  7. Gin -San

    Gin -San20 أيام قبل

    "Cars that drive themselves were invented ages ago. They are called taxis." -James May

  8. filip beres

    filip beres16 أيام قبل

    😂😂🤣🤣

  9. ദൈവം

    ദൈവം 17 أيام قبل

    @Neutron ⭐️ thanks have a good one as well lil buddy :)

  10. Luc Ryan

    Luc Ryan18 أيام قبل

    James May 🐐🐐🐐

  11. Maxime Decroo

    Maxime Decroo18 أيام قبل

    They existed for over 5000 years. With actual horses.

  12. Neutron ⭐️

    Neutron ⭐️19 أيام قبل

    @ദൈവം very well have a happy new year

  13. pekemo

    pekemo19 أيام قبل

    Mostly agree. After working in software and tech for 40 years (call me a dinosaur, but one with experience), I see things going awry in three areas: software, hardware, environment. We've already seen autonomous driving software interpret a sunset as a yellow light, or not seeing a white truck (fatality resulted), not recognizing construction barriers or repainted lane markers, etc. Hardware sensors or cameras not doing their job right, or a little spray paint or petroleum jelly on a camera by malicious vandals would throw things off, as a mischievously placed magnet might. Environmental factors include heavy rain, freezing rain, snow, dust storm, potholes, obstacles on road, etc. Ever drive into a rising sun, as on Rte 2 East towards Boston? It's more than just a big programming problem. We should be happy with things like adaptive cruise control, auto-braking in emergencies, and inter-vehicle communication.

  14. P K

    P K2 أيام قبل

    @Steve Cook OK boomer. With a mindset like that, humans would still be lighting candles for street lamps and using horse and cart. Glad there were people in your generation that pushed the frontiers that people like you get to enjoy. Now get off the laptop and go back to writing and sending letters.

  15. Steve Cook

    Steve Cook2 أيام قبل

    @P K you'll get that when I get my jetpack.

  16. Jayadev Madyal

    Jayadev Madyal5 أيام قبل

    Bang on. This is exactly what my argument is when I debate on this subject.

  17. P K

    P K5 أيام قبل

    @JustCows The motorways will become driverless only, so that's one change. Then you can increase the speed limits because no human will be involved and all the vehicles will talk to each other.

  18. JustCows

    JustCows5 أيام قبل

    @P K How will our road network a country as the us can not even keep up with their road network now. So we will never have a road network there is near perfect enough to make driverless cars safe at alle times.

  19. STS

    STS19 أيام قبل

    I think that no manufacturer should allow to use the word “autonomous”, only when they take legal responsibility in the event of an accident. As long as the responsibility is the drivers, the system may be called assistance🤔

  20. tellyboy17

    tellyboy1715 أيام قبل

    That must be why Tesla calls it "self driving" which it does, until it doesn't and than it's up to you again.

  21. Schmitzelhaus

    Schmitzelhaus18 أيام قبل

    Thing is, it has already happend here in Germany. With the stage 4 autopilot liability fully goes over to Mercedes. The law just passed over here.

  22. SirLovesALott

    SirLovesALott19 أيام قبل

    That could and would be abused so easily. Someone could tamper with the sensors, total the car and get a brand new car for free.

  23. Jayadev Madyal

    Jayadev Madyal5 أيام قبل

    FINALLY! Someone like Mat who's in the mainstream has spoken about my constant wondering with respect to these SciFi and unrealistic "Self Driving" car promises made to us.

  24. BILLIE NOMATES

    BILLIE NOMATES19 أيام قبل

    You hit the nail on the head 'IT'S ALL ABOUT MONEY' lots of these projects attract a staggering amount of investment and even if they flop those who are involved can become rich very quickly.

  25. Bill Snebold

    Bill Snebold13 أيام قبل

    @M F Except for the fact that the companies that are investing heavily in autonomous cars aren't little start ups, they're big players like GM, Google, and Tesla.These companies are in a serious race to make it work because they know that once they solve it there is a goldmine at the end. Autonomous vehicles will be pretty much the only game in town one day, and then anyone who wants to move people or goods will need to pay the top players to get it done. Yes, follow the money, but follow it to the most logical place, not the most cynical one. Microsoft made huge money off selling an OS to power the world's personal computers. The leader in autonomous driving will make huge money by selling an OS for transportation and logistics.

  26. M F

    M F17 أيام قبل

    @Rob Hughes in exactly how many centuries I mean decades do you figure?

  27. Rob Hughes

    Rob Hughes17 أيام قبل

    Lol autonomous vehicles will destroy the need for ownership and the industry will collapse. Jo idea how you think this is all about money lol

  28. First Last

    First Last17 أيام قبل

    @M F sounds like nikola

  29. M F

    M F18 أيام قبل

    @Borderless Doctor Desu I know.

  30. T Y

    T Y20 أيام قبل

    “When will people started to realize flying cars are just aero planes, because if your car flys why the bloody would you drive anywhere?” - James May

  31. JustCows

    JustCows5 أيام قبل

    @George Flying license is one of the most expensive educations in the world.

  32. ASTA

    ASTA6 أيام قبل

    @Rene Dillema Yeet! Yeeeet! Yeeeet!

  33. BELGIUM Relaxing Music

    BELGIUM Relaxing Music16 أيام قبل

    Mr.Beast Girlfriend hahaha.arstart.info/eye/fydyw/pZKmyraxb8ybjGU.html

  34. George

    George18 أيام قبل

    @ulaqsenduk kaleritam time to look out more for antimatter then! :)

  35. ulaqsenduk kaleritam

    ulaqsenduk kaleritam18 أيام قبل

    @George ironically tesla sedan are much heavier than non-electric ones of the same size. rather than bodily materials, it is the power source (battery/fuel cell) that really needs a breakthrough

  36. Cristobal Arriaga

    Cristobal Arriaga20 أيام قبل

    We have flying cars, they’re called “helicopters” and even with today’s technology they are still among the most difficult machines to operate in the world.

  37. HDnatureTV: Relaxing Music & Nature Sounds Videos

    HDnatureTV: Relaxing Music & Nature Sounds Videos15 أيام قبل

    @Carlos Osle - Helicopters suck. The are expensive and unstable compared to drones that are going to remove the pilot with AI as concepts are showing now.

  38. HDnatureTV: Relaxing Music & Nature Sounds Videos

    HDnatureTV: Relaxing Music & Nature Sounds Videos15 أيام قبل

    @GozieZilla - Horses?! Ask Superman how well horses jump and so far spinal injuries are not fixed until Elon's Neuralink solves that problem too. Hell if monkey's can play pong just thinking.... maybe we can do a few things beyond public education and race relations say we can. ;-). Come on man - Meta is gonna work! ;-)

  39. Cristobal Arriaga

    Cristobal Arriaga18 أيام قبل

    @Carlos Osle I’m sorry that my comment was not smart enough for your high standards good sir. I will proceed immediately to do nothing about it for my own ( admittedly silly ) amusement.

  40. Iconoclasticnation

    Iconoclasticnation19 أيام قبل

    It’s going to be autonomous drones like the Airbus Citibus. That thing is very sexy.

  41. DB Class 407

    DB Class 40719 أيام قبل

    @Carlos Osle The issue here is the scaling. Increasing size will drastically increase the cost. 4 rotors is an overkill, just 2 or even 1 will do.

  42. Adwin superjinx

    Adwin superjinx19 أيام قبل

    The must have feature for crowded city drivers, driverless search for parking lots and self park. We can just get off and send it off to hunt for parking spaces. Bonus feature to detect parking attendants and auto leave.

  43. Johannes

    Johannes19 أيام قبل

    I've been to India before the pandemic and I wonder how a self driving car would handle the traffic over there 🧐. Wouldn't surprise me if the computer crashes and shuts the car down entirely 😄.

  44. Vishesh Goel

    Vishesh Goel14 أيام قبل

    ADAS features work like shit here. I have an xc60 here and was pretty excited to try them out. The system just goes into a sort of seizure when it sees the lane markings disappear and two wheelers jumping out on the road out of nowhere. I can safely say Indian drivers are the best and the worst in the world at the same time and self driving will take ages of advancement to be even meaningful here.

  45. 15 -025

    15 -02517 أيام قبل

    @Björn Nordgren what are you even talking about? There's no such thing as people in the high end of the system thinking they can go through traffic faster... I have never experienced that... Yeah, if you have top end cars people tend to be a bit faster.. but they get stuck a lot too... And it's different, they try to drive faster, they don't think they have the right to drive faster than others...

  46. Sanketh B

    Sanketh B18 أيام قبل

    They should sell Teslas without autopilot in India for less! We know how to handle the crazies on the roads 😄

  47. Johannes

    Johannes19 أيام قبل

    @Björn Nordgren I think the way to a more sustainable, better organized and less busy traffic is not to get everyone in their own self driving car. We should focuse more on public transportation instead of wasting tons of money into ridiculous ideas like self driving cars and pods traveling through tubes.

  48. Björn Nordgren

    Björn Nordgren19 أيام قبل

    Well infact - if ALL cars were self driving in India, the traffic would be much better. The humans are the ”chaos theory” per see. But since India probably never will have all their vehicles as self driving, the dream of self driving cars is just a dream. On top of that there is the cast system, were thoose higher up in the system thinks they have the right to go through the traffic faster than the others.

  49. L M

    L M20 أيام قبل

    Everyone who has been to Naples, Italy, knows that a self driving car there is absolutely impossible.

  50. ASTA

    ASTA6 أيام قبل

    @D keep dreaming

  51. L M

    L M13 أيام قبل

    @Daniel Filippus Yup, let's see how an autopilot deals with snow

  52. Daniel Filippus

    Daniel Filippus13 أيام قبل

    Or the Swiss - Italian Alps

  53. Flash357

    Flash35714 أيام قبل

    Come back in 30 years and tell us that it is impossible. I bet you wont.

  54. BELGIUM Relaxing Music

    BELGIUM Relaxing Music16 أيام قبل

    Mr.Beast Girlfriend hahaha.arstart.info/eye/fydyw/pZKmyraxb8ybjGU.html

  55. Xenon0000000000001

    Xenon000000000000120 أيام قبل

    The fact that we still have pilots and train drivers shows how difficult it is to fully automate transportation, and self-driving cars are a massively more difficult problem to solve than those.

  56. HDnatureTV: Relaxing Music & Nature Sounds Videos

    HDnatureTV: Relaxing Music & Nature Sounds Videos11 أيام قبل

    @Chad - Considering how Amtrak has prevented so many accidents... I would call it physics - a AI can hit the brakes faster than a stupid union idiot... but hey - humans are needed. They are not especially for trains globally...

  57. Electric Kayn

    Electric Kayn15 أيام قبل

    @HDnatureTV: Relaxing Music & Nature Sounds Videos AI is not even close to "smarter" than people

  58. HDnatureTV: Relaxing Music & Nature Sounds Videos

    HDnatureTV: Relaxing Music & Nature Sounds Videos15 أيام قبل

    @saemi74 - so wrong... AI is already smarter than people... Tesla is 9X safer per milllion miles than humans... I'll take AI over a tired, drunk, or newly distracted teen learning to drive with millions of AI miles all logged into collective experience, same with flying, space X - no flying needed to the Space Station - 100 consecutive landings without a crash on the Falcon 9s and reused multiple times - no pilots needed.

  59. HDnatureTV: Relaxing Music & Nature Sounds Videos

    HDnatureTV: Relaxing Music & Nature Sounds Videos15 أيام قبل

    @Chad - planes with emergency parachutes can land pretty well too.... As for automation, planes and cruise missiles already can fly and hit their targets.... Drones just add a person to pull the trigger, not fly, land or navigate like Space X.

  60. HDnatureTV: Relaxing Music & Nature Sounds Videos

    HDnatureTV: Relaxing Music & Nature Sounds Videos15 أيام قبل

    @Chad - NO. AI can adapt to new situations like humans - faster and better. How, about all those test pilots that have died... so much for adapting. Falcon 9 hasn't killed anyone has it?! Worry about AI, like Elon - he is building an army of AI machines...

  61. Mike McKeown

    Mike McKeown19 أيام قبل

    While I think you are right that companies have underestimated how long it will take I think you are wrong saying it will never happen. There are already driverless robotaxi services running commercial services in several US and Chinese cities, which shows the basic problem can be solved. It just needs to be scaled up. The legal point is a good one, but again being solved, as you mention its legal now in Germany and will be in spring 2022 with ALKS in the UK, which have required changes to the law on driving and liability. Certainly ALKS is very limited, but its just the first step. Fully autonomous driving is here and scaling, but it will take longer than many companies have been predicting.

  62. Jamie

    Jamie19 أيام قبل

    Spot on Mat. The legal side of driving will stop full self driving happening for decades, if not forever. No car maker is ever going to have such confidence in thier car to say the driver is legally allowed to go to sleep. Until that happens, it's not full self driving, and manufacturers should be banned from calling it that 👍

  63. Mayanja Ivys

    Mayanja Ivys19 أيام قبل

    Even aviation laws doesn't allow some one to fly without a flying certificate

  64. Bunsenn

    Bunsenn19 أيام قبل

    I don’t like the premise of driverless cars. I’m still a fan of the systems like PilotAssist and adaptive cruise control, where the car does most of the work while the driver oversees the car and jumps in when something goes wrong on the road. A system where the car works in tandem with the driver is better than a system where it works entirely on its own.

  65. Jeremy

    Jeremy19 أيام قبل

    There is a period in the history of everything that works when it didn't. Never is a long time. It may take 5, 10, 20 years but level 4/5 self driving will happen eventually.

  66. Sally Davies

    Sally Davies6 أيام قبل

    It's at least 10 years time Elon musk is the worlds most famous overhyper of tech. Also why would anyone pay at least 50k for a car that drives itself and not you?

  67. Ohiou_2k Bobcat

    Ohiou_2k Bobcat12 أيام قبل

    @SirTipzy Show me evidence more injuries or deaths have happened in elevators versus stairs. Your analogy is not good.

  68. SirTipzy

    SirTipzy13 أيام قبل

    @Ohiou_2k Bobcat To quote you "One crash and the self driving automaker is held liable for death, that will end it.". So following your own argument all it takes is ONE death and the industri is over. There has been death due to elevator failure, but that hasn't stopped elevators. The point I was trying to make was elevators are statistically safer to take than stairs, and if it turns out that autonomous vehicles are safer to use than a human driven vehicle, even though there might be deaths, then autonomous vehicles will be a thing of the future.

  69. Ohiou_2k Bobcat

    Ohiou_2k Bobcat13 أيام قبل

    @HDnatureTV: Relaxing Music & Nature Sounds Videos Such a terrible analogy. A human operates a gun. A human pulls the trigger. Does the gun fire itself? A human drives a car, is held liable for any damage or death they cause operating the vehicle, just like a gun. If guns start pulling triggers autonomously, maybe you can make that comparison. Critical thinking is in short supply on this thread. Must be public education telling people “what to think.”

  70. Ohiou_2k Bobcat

    Ohiou_2k Bobcat13 أيام قبل

    @SirTipzy Terrible analogy. Really really bad. How many elevator deaths are there each year? What you are attempting to do is disregard level of risk, and make an apples to oranges comparison. Are you suggesting an elevator is just as dangerous as operating a car? Statistics do not support your argument. According to USDOT, 21,160 people died in the US in the first half of 2021 on US highways. I’m not wasting my time researching this one, recommend you prove me wrong. More injuries and deaths come from falls on stairs than elevators.

  71. XentyCZ

    XentyCZ19 أيام قبل

    While I agree with the fact that manufacturers overpromise a lot, I feel like this video is maybe a little bit too pessimistic. I am a freelance developer focusing mostly on the autonomous vehicles industry, and from my point of view, we have something called SAE levels of autonomy, there are 6 levels (0 to 5) describing basically how much autonomous a vehicle is. The current systems are mostly somewhere around level 2, some of them being level 3 (Honda Sensing Elite). Level 3 basically means, that you do not need to have your hands on the steering wheel or supervise the vehicle, but you must take over when the vehicle asks you to - essentially if it gets into a situation that it can not navigate safely. Full autonomy would be level 5, and I feel like a lot of the researches agree that this might be possible in the future. Will this happen in one or two years? Definitely not. Will it happen at some point? Well, it might. The technology moves forwards quite quickly, both on the software and on the hardware side. The sensors are improving (cameras, lidars, radars...), the algorithms and models are improving, maybe it will reach a point where it is good enough at some point in the future. I agree with your point that the legal stuff is maybe even more complicated than the actual technological stuff. Resolving all those legal issues might take a ton of time. But as you mention in the video, in Germany, it will be legal already to take your hands off the steering wheel under some circumstances (current speed and so on). Something similar is probably done in Japan for the Honda Legend Hybrid EX. So that is a good sign that even those things can be resolved when people want to. Yes, it will be much more difficult in case of full autonomy, but not impossible in my opinion. The safety is a very interesting aspect, for human driven cars, there is something like 7 deaths by car accidents per billion miles, so in theory, once the autonomous cars become more reliable than that, they would be safer than the average human driver. But I agree with the point that "forgiving machines for mistakes" tends to be pretty complicated. For people that would be interested in the safety aspect, I would recommend a talk called "Can We Really Use Machine Learning in Safety Critical Systems?" by Richard Murray, a scientist from Caltech, that talks about some of those things (although the talk is kinda pessimistic as a whole as well).

  72. Douglas Faichnie

    Douglas Faichnie19 أيام قبل

    Excellent video. Matt’s description and explanation of what has become misunderstood , why it’s misleading as well as his account of the autonomous car hurdles, both socially and technologically, is first rate. Carwow, as a business, showing that it’s fun and informative. 👍

  73. TemperAlliance

    TemperAlliance11 أيام قبل

    I agree with every aspect that Matt said in this video. Technology has come a long way in advancement and it will continue to do so. Technically we had the technology to do this way back in the 00's but the law didn't allow it, still doesn't and I believe it never will. Technology makes our lives easier and though I will admit it would be cool to see this one day, I wouldn't trust it unless I still had some control of the vehicle and that I was supervising the whole thing. Why? Because Technology isn't always consistent, it breaks down, slows down, has slower response times and it can give at any moment. Technology relies on very specific instructions so you would have to program all possibilities it can encounter on the road which are endless. My car can detect if something is about to happen and steer to avoid a collision. It has sensors all over the car which makes this happen but there are times when my car beeped alerting me of a possible collision and there was nothing there to collide with. When I inspected the car there was dirt covering the sensors which led it to believe that the dirt was something on the road that I was "about to hit". Personally I think people who trust their "auto pilot" feature to the point where they can fall asleep are insane. This has killed people in the past, it would work for so long and if something does go wrong the people wouldn't be awake to take control. I never would trust a car to drive itself without me supervising because there are too many possibilities of something going wrong.

  74. Soumitra Chatterjee

    Soumitra Chatterjee17 أيام قبل

    You absolutely nailed it in this video. Good job Matt. Keep making new videos.

  75. Mauricio Weber

    Mauricio Weber10 أيام قبل

    Agree sonmuch

  76. The Hard Problem

    The Hard Problem18 أيام قبل

    Thank you for addressing the problem that no one else is addressing; culpability. That's the biggest barrier to self driving cars. The tech will get better and roads and other infrastructure can be updated to accommodate the tech, but until we have a consistent and clear way to determine liability in the event of failure, it's not going to be widely used.

  77. Caleb Fulton

    Caleb Fulton2 أيام قبل

    I think this is the only true long-term barrier. Technology WILL get there in time. Society would have to change significantly to overcome the culpability problems.

  78. Huaixuan Li

    Huaixuan Li17 أيام قبل

    “Coming later this year” or “coming soon” was noted on Tesla autopilot option every year since 2017 (when I was a fan and started to pay attention). Tesla must be lucky since I never heard they get sued for this, a misleading statement that lead you to pay for something doesn’t exist yet. God bless those early buyers, may you have a trip with the autopilot before the car’s retirement.

  79. Simon Rook

    Simon Rook17 أيام قبل

    They have been sued….

  80. phiiz3r

    phiiz3r17 أيام قبل

    Good points! To make it work vehicles would need to be on a more controlled network than a typical road preferably overseen by a central control center. Something like the Heathrow-Carpark Autonomous pod system.

  81. Michael Goode

    Michael Goode15 أيام قبل

    As a retired lawyer I was asked about this ten years ago. In my opinion the legal side is relatively simple. A piece of legislation can be introduced to cover driverless vehicles and state that responsibility in lieu of an actual driver rests with the insured party for any driverless vehicle. In the absence of an insured party (illegal but sometimes inevitable with all of the renegade drivers on the road already) then responsibility rests with the Motor Insurer's Bureau and the force of the law with regard to the uninsured user. A stolen vehicle will be covered by the MIB. The issues are primarily the tech which will be just about competent in 20 years BUT as we all know tech fails from time to time so in reality there will always be a human driver.

  82. pete watson

    pete watson19 أيام قبل

    I love my adaptive cruise control but on a long journey keeping my hand on the steering wheel can be a pain, with lane keep assist and adaptive cruise control both on you would think you could take your hands off the steering wheel, No! 15 seconds then the alarms come on. This is where the car companies should be focusing on

  83. JustCows

    JustCows5 أيام قبل

    @Shiv Shastri Yeah until that infrastructure is shit.

  84. Top 10 Cars

    Top 10 Cars15 أيام قبل

    @Shiv Shastri NP

  85. Shiv Shastri

    Shiv Shastri15 أيام قبل

    @Top 10 Cars Damn I didn't know that. Thanks for the info!

  86. Top 10 Cars

    Top 10 Cars15 أيام قبل

    @Shiv Shastri It monitors your eyes. So if it sees that you are looking somewhere other than at the road, it sounds an alert. So you should always be ready to take over.

  87. Shiv Shastri

    Shiv Shastri15 أيام قبل

    @Top 10 Cars how does that work liability wise in the event of a crash? I thought the point of requiring drivers to keep their hands on the wheel was to maintain responsibility for accidents

  88. KikoFilmz

    KikoFilmz5 أيام قبل

    I did not expect the car wow guy to be this profound. I've always thought human driving would be obsolete in the near future but Mat's thesis has me convinced otherwise.

  89. Ochieng Webuye

    Ochieng Webuye14 أيام قبل

    I like you Mat even more this year.This has been very informative.

  90. Mehmetcan Karahan

    Mehmetcan Karahan17 أيام قبل

    Generally love the videos, keep up the good work. That being said this video will *not* age well. I've been lucky enough to have Tesla's FSD for the past 2 or so months. At first I had some doubts as to if/when they can fix some major issues, but just from v10.4 to v10.8 the changes are spectacular. Right now I can drive about 95% without having to take over autopilot. The other 5% are beginning and ending locations, as well as tons of corner cases that will take some time to work out. But, the progress I'm seeing is astounding, I really mean that objectively, shocked at every drive. I'm speaking for the U.S. region, so rest of the world is probably a long ways off, but this is real, it's happening here.

  91. JustCows

    JustCows5 أيام قبل

    @Mehmetcan Karahan There will also be a problem with a sensor picking something up or not. They can never fix this, if there is just a little dirt on one of them you could have problems.

  92. Mehmetcan Karahan

    Mehmetcan Karahan11 أيام قبل

    @Daniel 635 Biturbo Great point, I do also worry about that. Same with direct sun onto cameras, as well as lack of mics for sirens (which are coming in newer Teslas). My guess is that my 2018 Tesla will handle most conditions, but it will have limitations vs. newer Teslas with better cameras and/or computers and mics.

  93. Daniel 635 Biturbo

    Daniel 635 Biturbo12 أيام قبل

    @Mehmetcan Karahan My thoughts are more towards the difficulty with sensors and snow, rather than the actual driving.

  94. Mehmetcan Karahan

    Mehmetcan Karahan12 أيام قبل

    @Daniel 635 Biturbo unfortunately I don't get any snow where I'm at, but similar to how the rest of the world hasn't been programmed into FSD yet, recognizing and driving to snow and ice is a matter of software learning (training). I've seen machine learning drive cars on race tracks and even do awesome drifts, so it's a matter of training the software.

  95. Daniel 635 Biturbo

    Daniel 635 Biturbo12 أيام قبل

    Have you tried it in 5 cm of snow, with white road salt covering the whole front of the car ? In some parts of the world, that's a ordinary drive to work.

  96. Jose Luis Ruiz

    Jose Luis Ruiz20 أيام قبل

    Thanks for the video, Mat. Definitely, the legal framework is one of the key points determining the implementation of the self-driving technology. That is clearly overlooked when making promises: may technology allow the implementation of a self-driving car by next year? Maybe. Will the legal framework be ready? Certainly not. And that is for objects moving on the surface. Now, have a look at flying cars, self-driving flying taxis - with no pilot on board BTW - and the like lot, with a 100 times more complex laws and regulations. If what has been done with self-driving cars could be called “overpromising”, I am out of adjectives to qualify what has been stated regarding flying cars and self-driving flying taxis. Cheers.

  97. JustCows

    JustCows5 أيام قبل

    @Jordan Shim Fans have been saying that for the last 5 years

  98. Jordan Shim

    Jordan Shim19 أيام قبل

    @San Give it a year.

  99. 5 Star Reviews

    5 Star Reviews19 أيام قبل

    nope. the legal framework is not the problem. the technology is the problem. The laws will be a cinch and will be quickly developed compared to the technology

  100. San

    San19 أيام قبل

    Even if they would allow it right now, it will take years for the technology to be ready, if ever. Just look at the fsd beta video’s, It’s totally sh1t. A little sunshine and it stops working. Snow on the front and it stops working. Heavy rain and it stops working. Let alone all the crazy manoeuvres it makes.

  101. zbyszanna

    zbyszanna19 أيام قبل

    Elon clearly underscores that the technical aspect is one thing and the legal is another one, so Tesla is in the clear here. It's entirely possible that there will be some serious legal battles over this but it's also possible it will be accepted quite easy. The history is full of changes that people deemed impossible before. California already allows for autonomous driving (to a degree) and this is because they want to allow for the truly self driving cars to arrive.

  102. JMA90

    JMA9019 أيام قبل

    Matt you are correct now, however I beg to differ about the future. There are few levels of "Autonomy" in the automotive industry as you may know, L1-L5 with 5 being fully autonomous, Tesla is currently at what is considered a L2+ or L2.5. Yes, Technology has a long way to go to reach Level 5, yes, legislation will most likely take a lot of time and for car manufacturers to start taking responsibility might take ages, but, as in other technologies, things that may have been considered impossible in the past are now a just part of our daily lives and are developing fast. I do believe that no technology would ever be more powerful than the human brain, but I also think full Autonomous driving will be available not so far into the future, maybe 10-20 years from now who knows, but it will get there. Happy new year

  103. Arian's Collection

    Arian's Collection5 أيام قبل

    @JustCows lol Probably

  104. JustCows

    JustCows5 أيام قبل

    @Arian's Collection It will be like fusion always 20-30 years out into the future

  105. Arian's Collection

    Arian's Collection17 أيام قبل

    Make that 20-30 years from now and I'm on board with your comment 👌

  106. Gary Morrison

    Gary Morrison13 أيام قبل

    I personally have very little interest in *not-driving* my car; I like driving! What I want from ADAS (advanced driver-assistance systems) is: 1. to make it *virtually impossible* for me to make a dangerous or expensive mistake when *I* drive, and 2. to make driving less stressful, partly because of #1, but especially by adaptive cruise control, lane-centering, etc.

  107. HarryNinetyFour

    HarryNinetyFour19 أيام قبل

    It’ll never happen in the UK unless roads are drastically redesigned. Cars parked on the side of the road just scare the car, thin roads, roundabouts, strange junctions... It’ll only ever work for motorways here

  108. Jordan Shim

    Jordan Shim10 أيام قبل

    @Ian Witts Did we travel a year or two into the future without me realising? Or are you actually comparing technology developed last year that you have in your car now to something a year or two from now? Do people even think before talking shit these days?

  109. Ian Witts

    Ian Witts16 أيام قبل

    @John Kin We? I'm not saying the UK is either unique or the worst problem for autonomous vehicles. That just happened to be the premise on the original comment. When those companies / technologies you mention are mass market and not going horribly wrong I'll believe you.

  110. John Kin

    John Kin16 أيام قبل

    @Ian Witts and we have vehicles out there coping in traffic situations much more complex than the UK. Auto X and Pony AI are working in unstructured environments in china with very little road etiquette that we get in the UK. Mobileye is currently scheduled to run a taxi service in Munich this year and gearing up in Paris and New York. Cruise is about to get their final permit to work in San Francisco with it's narrow streets and complexities. When you've mastered one environment the next iteration is exponentially quicker and easier. I'm sure the UK isn't as unique as you think

  111. Ian Witts

    Ian Witts17 أيام قبل

    @vgfsdygijodfhajgbils No one has said never. Just to be clear.

  112. vgfsdygijodfhajgbils

    vgfsdygijodfhajgbils17 أيام قبل

    You just can not say never, because it means for all time in the future and you just can not know where humanity is in 10, 20, 50 or even 100 years.

  113. Dean Palmer

    Dean Palmer16 أيام قبل

    Matt, while I agree that the technology is not ready yet, once you start to see autonomous cars on the road and accident rates decrease driverless will start to become common. There are too many bad drivers out there and autonomy is the path to making driving safer and more accessible to a wide range of people with disabilities. Airplanes generally are self flying now, which is one of the reasons that you see less crashes. Same thing will happen on the roads eventually. Tesla got too far out over their skis, but there are companies taking the time to do it properly and will succeed.

  114. daflipbizkit

    daflipbizkit11 أيام قبل

    Thanks for your Public Service Announcement. This balogna about self driving cars and people that actually believe their Teslas can take them all the way home has gotta stop. It’s a great ADAS that is very capable but also inconsistent. Took some balls to say that especially to the Tesla Fanclub. Get ready for some flak.

  115. Mauricio Weber

    Mauricio Weber10 أيام قبل

    Really really nailed it!! It is the psychology and human laws that will hinder autonomous driving even if it has statistics on its side! We will never forget if two Teslas cause fatal accidents, even when 10,000 random drunk drivers casualties could be avoided! How can we get around this??

  116. Tim Collins

    Tim Collins19 أيام قبل

    The most honest video you have ever done Matt. Thank you.

  117. acethis

    acethis18 أيام قبل

    My gut feel is that all the major automotive makes are watching and waiting to see who launches the 1st autonomous car (mass produced - not prototype). And when the 1st fatality happens in an autonomous car crash, every other car brands will be watching the legal mayhem that ensues (with a bucket of popcorn 🍿).

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  119. Flippy Dip

    Flippy Dip17 أيام قبل

    Just as you say, road design (or rather lack thereof) and insurance liability (see the trolly problem thought experiment) completely prevent fully autonomous vehicles. We will see ever increasingly better driver aids, but never autonomous vehicles.

  120. A C

    A C19 أيام قبل

    Thank you, Mat. Thank you for not hopping on board the hype train and actually analyzing the reality of the situation. It's probably not a popular opinion, but it is the best formed one. Also anyone that has a car equipped with an AEB (Autonomous Emergency Braking) system knows that false alerts are real, obnoxious, and sometimes downright dangerous.

  121. Alto Clef

    Alto Clef16 أيام قبل

    Living on the countryside, even a simple lane assist system is interesting. If I have it on, sometimes my car tries to steer into oncoming traffic. That is because the road is so narrow there is only one marked lane for both directions and when you meet another car you have to drive at the edge of the paved surface or even slightly outside it. Meeting bigger vehicles, you must find a side road or similar. But the lane assist simply looks at the painted line, which obviously must be driven on or outside when meeting other cars, so it tries to correct you back into the middle of the road.

  122. Jason Strong

    Jason Strong19 أيام قبل

    I’ve had a Tesla for a couple of years, the auto cruise is brilliant……mostly. It has a tendency to phantom brake, normally while passing a lorry or approach an underpass/bridge. I’m not sure how I haven’t been rear ended by some poor unsuspecting driver behind. For all the reasons stated in this video I too cannot see full self drive ever happening, a great summation of the issues car manufacturers face.

  123. Seby Augustine

    Seby Augustine16 أيام قبل

    @feelingblu No bro atleast it will take 30 years

  124. feelingblu

    feelingblu18 أيام قبل

    @Jason Strong we'll see

  125. Jason Strong

    Jason Strong18 أيام قبل

    @feelingblu 🤔 Nah!

  126. feelingblu

    feelingblu18 أيام قبل

    Elon and his team are about to prove you and a lot of people wrong sooner than you expect. I say level 5 will happen within the next 5 years.

  127. Iconoclasticnation

    Iconoclasticnation19 أيام قبل

    The people developing the artificial intelligence software for autonomous driving are extremely smart human beings and the computer technology is continually evolving. All I can say is never say never. Perhaps in time when quantum computing is mainstreamed and no longer cost prohibitive Level 5 FSD will finally be cracked. I’m siding with patience over pessimism on this one. I think there’s a chance within the next decade.

  128. Klausch Swab

    Klausch Swab19 أيام قبل

    did lane keep assist improve a lot in bmw since 2017? I have a 2017 bmw 7 series and the lane keep assist is still useful, but it loses track of the lane half the time tbh, even when not letting go of the wheel. also seems like it doesnt center the car but moves it assymmetrically closer to one line than the other. (is that by design?)

  129. UDontKnow 4Sure

    UDontKnow 4Sure19 أيام قبل

    It is important to add though that in the UK and Germany for example the self driving features are limited by law. In the US, it can do much more and Teslas FSD Beta is very impressive. It's obviously not fully self-driving yet but it can stop at crossings, turn right or left into a decently crowded lane, etc. pp. off course, there is a long long way to go for it to be working very well but i wouldn't say it will never ever happen. That's a bit pessimistic.

  130. Robert

    Robert18 أيام قبل

    There less regulation here in the UK. The only reason they're testing in America is because they're American companies. In the USA they're not allowed camera mirrors and matrix headlights.

  131. lucho870601

    lucho87060119 أيام قبل

    These “flying cars” look more like tiny airplanes that have 4 wheels and accidentally could be driven on the road. In that respect may be we need to invent a sentient super robot and weld 4 wheels and some passenger seats on it and call it an “autonomous car”

  132. Andrew Allen

    Andrew Allen11 أيام قبل

    Personally I find that engaging lane assist or intelligent cruise control means that I concentrate harder in case it screws up. Long journeys are boring enough, if he car was doing all the driving I would be bored stiff and probably scared stiff too.

  133. Jame M

    Jame M14 أيام قبل

    I believe that we will have self driving vehicles eventually...but it will not be what most people want. They will be limited to highways or set routes. But, as he said...its the law that will always be the last barrier to entry for this tech.

  134. Mightymoose02

    Mightymoose0219 أيام قبل

    Very interesting video. Have had the same questions as Matt raises. The biggest issue is not the tech, but who is responsible in an accident.

  135. s ramanujam

    s ramanujam19 أيام قبل

    Thanks for highlighting the issues with driverless cars 🚗

  136. Sergio Claudio

    Sergio Claudio20 أيام قبل

    Yes I also think we are at least a decade away from Level 5 vehicles and I'm being optimistic. The last 1% takes a long time to get worked out, and to change all the laws is going to take such a long time. What I think is going to happen we are going to first have Level 5 zones and very slowly more zones are added.

  137. NO3V

    NO3V19 أيام قبل

    Level 5 "zones".. So literally Level 4? Which already exists, even as paid services without drivers, for example by Waymo?

  138. Alan Ray

    Alan Ray12 أيام قبل

    I think technology should enable the driver and stop trying to replace them

  139. Rice Quackers

    Rice Quackers17 أيام قبل

    There already exists extremely reliable and safe self-driving electric vehicles that are used by millions of people every day. They're called trains fitted with ATO.

  140. Joseph Oberlander

    Joseph Oberlander16 أيام قبل

    Note that that "self driving" option is standard on many basic cars now. Lane-keep, driver awareness, blind slot monitoring, active radar, the ability to go around corners and change lanes... all standard on quite a few cars. My son's GMC has this as standard. Not $7000. Your standard Honda Accord has the same set of safety tech in it for no cost now. Are there differences? Some. But in real-world driving, the Honda system does virtually all of the same things and is based on hardware. Tesla doing the "pay GM and Mercedes levels of option packages to get all the safety tech" game - at the tune of $7000 is just greed. Especially when it's software and not substantial hardware changes to the vehicle.

  141. AndrewMK

    AndrewMK19 أيام قبل

    Salesman: “I’ve just got us a contract to deliver driverless cars, we can do that right?” Programmers: “err, you know it was a proof of concept right, with Ed remotely controlling it? As you said we had a day to get it ready?”

  142. epic 91

    epic 9117 أيام قبل

    I love carwow, and this video is not gonna stop me from liking it at all, however and unfortunately there's a huge lack of knowledge here and I can't wait for this unprecedent moment of the auto industry to surprise all of these naysayers. Peace

  143. huhhhhhhhhhhhh09

    huhhhhhhhhhhhh0916 أيام قبل

    Great video, I think our collective inability to forgive technology for its mistakes will absolutely be the biggest long term factor that shuts down true self-driving cars. I do think we'll get there, it may not be till 2050 or something ridiculous but I believe it will happen.

  144. Jayjay Volz

    Jayjay Volz19 أيام قبل

    Another dimension of self-driving cars comes into play once the algorithm behind the safety system determines that an accident is unavoidable. You are alone in your car, or with just another person - maybe your infant child - and you are about to hit a group of people, say five or seven. The only way to avoid crashing into the group is to steer right into a wall with a high probability that you and your child won´t survive. How will the AI decide? What are the psychological and legal implications? That was roughly the scenario I presented to my students in a sociology class a few years ago, when the hype about "fully autonomous" cars started.

  145. Eagles_Eye

    Eagles_Eye15 أيام قبل

    for tesla the logic dictates it will choose to crash in a way that limits injury. so no you wont crash into a wall, you will crash into the vehicle ( since both have crash worthyness) it will try to slow down as much as possible etc. the vehicles are also designed to be highlty survivable in a crash, will probably be more so when no stearing wheel can slam into your chest. also "hit a group of people" they will magically fall from the sky and end in your path? really? what if suddenly ET lands his flying sorcer 1 inch from you car while you're going 100km/h how will you decide what to do? cmon with these rediculous situations. if the AI has no time to react.. a human NEVER will react better.

  146. Max Powers

    Max Powers16 أيام قبل

    I guess the flip side to this argument is what if the algorithm saves more lives in similar situations than if it didn’t exist.

  147. Tony Brenton

    Tony Brenton6 أيام قبل

    One piece I really need to pick on here. "Computers aren't good at dealing with unknown." This is incorrect now, AI is at a level on self learning where you can feed in rules and let the computer get on with it. In fact this is so good people are actually learning game techniques from AI experiments in games like GO. I do think given time this sort of AI will surpass humans on simple driving. They are already well past us on ability to monitor all around and can have multiple processors dealing with all of the different things. The law side really annoys me. Self driving AI should come under the same legal stance as ABS or any other computerised aids in a car. If it goes wrong on your car and you have an accident as a result it comes out of your insurance. If this is found to be an underlying issue with the vehicle there may be a recall but in truth there is rarely compensation for the owner. In a day and age where so much on cars is computerised, this shouldn't need much amendment, but you can bet your life the legal industry will do what they can to make it so in order to line their pockets. In truth the number of accidents would reduce so much they are scared they might have to find honest jobs. I like driving so welcome the self driving technology days. It can do the boring stuff or let me enjoy beautiful scenery, then I take over for the fun bits.

  148. slavkosster

    slavkosster15 أيام قبل

    Elon always overpromises on timeline, but I think self driving cars are inevitable. Though it's important to clearly define, what it means. I think it will be closely tied to infrastructure. I don't suppose there will be cars that will take you on a forest road. But in a city, sure.

  149. my dog's butler

    my dog's butler16 أيام قبل

    I studied electrical engineering in college and I'm an experienced software developer. This video makes valid points about current difficulties and marketing nonsense. At the moment, they should be labelled driver assist rather than self-driving. However, I have to disagree with it's over arching thesis that they aren't coming. I think the author of this video misunderstands a bit the problem of why we don't have self-driving vehicles... yet. First a clarification on what I mean by "self-driving" because there is a lot of confusion and disagreement over still evolving definitions. For the purpose of this post, I'm talking about .general purpose self-driving.. i.e. the sort of vehicles that can drive themselves fully autonomously on any city or highway road (as opposed to controlled environment self-driving which already exists). At the heart of any self-driving system is the software. The algorithms and approach developers use today is radically different than ones we used in the past (that were typically used by aircraft and trains which fall into controlled environment category). Twenty years ago you essentially had to explicitly write code for every possible permutation of events. This was extremely tedious and thus on practical level made it impossible to achieve general purpose self-driving. Today we use AI algorithms. There is some confusion and disagreement over definitions there too but for this post let me define a subset of AI as "machine learning" (rather than AI in the sense of general purpose AI like you see in human-like androids in sci-fi movies which is still a ways off) There are many mathematical approaches to machine learning but at that heart of it's definition is rather than programmers having to explicitly code how the software should react under every situation, we instead write special algorithms that can use training data. The software then compares the training data against related data of desired results. This removes the need for programmers to tediously code every situation. It also means, the bigger the training data set, the better results you end up with. The machine learning software itself is figuring out new algorithms to get to the desired results rather than the programmer. Those AI generated algos are then used to create other software on the self-driving car. The requirements for training data for self-driving is much larger than say basic image recognition. At the moment, the general purpose self-driving training data sets while huge still aren't large enough to support safe full autonomous. There is also an issue it takes immense processing power, storage and time to go through the training data.. . A third major issue is the types of data being used evolves which adds further complexity (e.g. data collected from sensors like cameras, LIDAR, GPS, IMU, etc ) However much like you see the dramatic improvements in voice and still image recognition in the last 10 years, the same has happened with self-driving. This is because the training data has expanded and more importantly continues to do so. For instance Tesla collects data from its fleet of cars to continuously increase the size of its training data. The timelines of success are difficult to predict though since the software is what is making decisions. it's a mystery even to the software developer what the software is doing (hidden by complexity). As humans we approach problems with a human rationale. Machine learning software on the other hand can take non-intuitive and convoluted approaches to solve the same problem. At some undetermined point in the future though training data sets will be large enough and processing power fast enough that the AI will create algos that equal human performance at a given task... eventually surpass human performance at that task... and then eventually dwarf human performance at that task. This is why billions of dollars are being pumped into Ai software annually. Not only will it lead to self-driving cars but nearly every industry will be affected. The future is not coming its already here. We are just at the beginning of something as important, if not more important, than the industrial revolution. AI is not only about technology change but eventually also social and political change. The steam engine might not have seemed like such a big deal at the time but few back then could predict how the world would look today. AI is going to accelerate the change humans have experienced since the industrial revolution..

  150. Tony Harford

    Tony Harford14 أيام قبل

    At last, someone who clearly understands (and can describe) the current state of the art regarding machine learning. Most people (may be even Matt) obviously are quite unaware of exactly how good Tesla's self driving software has become (Note: Tesla does not use geofencing). arstart.info/eye/fydyw/2IGInJqsqtLcaIY.html&ab_channel=AIDRIVR

  151. bumble bee

    bumble bee13 أيام قبل

    Forgot to mention the software required to run the computers in a "self-driving" car. Have you ever had a computer, phone etc, that did not crash? Oh, and those self-driving trains are working out so wonderfully!

  152. Jason LeBel

    Jason LeBel12 أيام قبل

    Look up QNX and Mission Critical OSes Can't compare the OSes that run self-driving vehicles, with the Windows in your PC. Completely different

  153. Ian Wollstein

    Ian Wollstein19 أيام قبل

    Fantastic clip Matt. Thank you for sharing the bleeding obvious, that needs to be shared and discussed, about the “so called” autonomous motor vehicle industry. 👍

  154. Bionic Rusty

    Bionic Rusty14 أيام قبل

    One of the best videos ever 👏👏👏👏 Full self driving cars would need their own roads with clear road lines…….or tracks. 😂 No journey I’ve ever been on has had complete white lines.

  155. Björn Kreye

    Björn Kreye19 أيام قبل

    Well im from a different field, Maritime and im researching autonomous shipping and that pretty much works already. Not always perfect but in the long run, as you mentioned, only laws needs to be changed and it will happen.

  156. Björn Kreye

    Björn Kreye17 أيام قبل

    @Sebastian Stoica I can assure you its not. A Vessel doesnt stop in 10 Meters, you have way different physical forces to deal with. Obsticals in the water you cant see, so many different variables to deal with e.g. wind, water disturbance, water depth and many more. Then if you want to drive on inland waterway under/through bridges or locks then you have like 10cm on the sides for a 200t floating vessel.

  157. Sebastian Stoica

    Sebastian Stoica17 أيام قبل

    I'm pretty sure that's way easier to implement than in cars. Ships' "roads" are as wide as you want in most cases, and there are far fewer ships to have equipped with this sort of systems.

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  159. peter swinson

    peter swinson8 أيام قبل

    The amount of random events that flummox self driving will be outweighed by the obvious stuff that drivers miss by being distracted and having accidents making autonomous driving a safer option, all the problems will be sorted out in time, I think it will be 5-10 years before self driving really takes off, mostly used for lorries on motorways and simple car routes over time it will be expanded and at some point I fear humans won't be allowed to drive on roads at all

  160. Craig Mitchell

    Craig Mitchell17 أيام قبل

    The improvements in computer software is what will make this happen. 10 years ago you wouldn't have believed your phone could understand what things and which people are in the photos you take. The same will be for self driving. Also Waymo already has full self driving taxis you can use, but, yes, geo fenced to a single city.

  161. Ron Forman

    Ron Forman7 أيام قبل

    This guy is totally correct! Great for manufacturers and electronics companies! More profits!

  162. lowgrass1

    lowgrass119 أيام قبل

    I worked for 2 self-driving car companies as an engineer. You are correct for the most part. The one thing that is happening in these cars that removes the driver is a remote driver monitoring the cars from a separate location. They get notifications from the car if it does not know what to do and then the person steps in and takes control of the commands the car receives. This has been successfully implemented and tested by 3 companies. However, the car still technically has a driver.

  163. Scoopy Doopy

    Scoopy Doopy19 أيام قبل

    And can't react immediately to a situation it doesn't know how to handle. Presumably it can't recognise is a speed sign is completely wrong either.

  164. John McNulty

    John McNulty19 أيام قبل

    There's a big difference between Tesla self driving capabilities in the US vs other countries due to the amount of AI learning and road time invested. Plus it's improved massively in the (almost) 3 years since the Missy Cummings quote he chose to include. I think there's more than a little click bait going on in this video.

  165. JustCows

    JustCows5 أيام قبل

    Elon Musk still lied!

  166. Daniel Svensson

    Daniel Svensson18 أيام قبل

    Personally I think this message won't age very well. Just because it's hard to image how this shift will happen doesn't mean that it won't happen. Will there be issues in the transition? Yes. Will the data supporting autonomy be convincing nonetheless? Absolutely. Insurers and lawmakers will notice and not changing regulation will be reckless and brainless.

  167. Ralf Rudi

    Ralf Rudi10 أيام قبل

    The thing is that the public has to be convinced self driving cars are a good thing because laws are made by politicians and politicians are voted for by the public. If the public does not trust self driving cars then they will not be allowed. It will not be enough if self driving cars will be a bit safer on average in some grand statistics. All it takes is some very bad event for people to push back on the tech. All it takes is one self driving car to mow through a crowd of people. And once the amount of self driving capable cars increases (there are almost none on the road today) it is not a question of if this will happen but when this will happen. Could the same happen when a human is driving? Of course but then the human is blamed. If self driving cars cause a major accident then the technology will be blamed. Just look at what 9/11 did to the airline industry. Many people didn't want to fly anymore even though the event had nothing to do with the safety of planes themself. It took a long time and very good safety records for the airline industry to recover. There are plenty of videos on youtube of Teslas on autopilot being involved in accidents that some half decent driver would have prevented or would have never occurred if the drivers would be aware of their surroundings. But because their car is on autopilot they pay no attention to what is happening. Which is actually a major problem because the human mind is very bad at monitoring something for a long time when doing nothing itself.

  168. Don N.

    Don N.11 أيام قبل

    Elon musk admitted recently on the lex fridman podcast that he thought full self driving was going to be very very hard, but he didn’t expect it to be this hard. Meaning it is extremely difficult because it needs to be an AI. And AI just isn’t there yet, let alone make it drive alongside humans in a real world environment. think about this, as much as the best engineers have tried, they can’t even make a humanoid robot that can walk around, open doors and play basketball like a human. You really think it would be allowed to drive itself around going 70mph along side an old lady?

  169. MarsRover

    MarsRover17 أيام قبل

    I agree matt is just short sighted or paid to be short sighted

  170. David Holt

    David Holt15 أيام قبل

    Excellent informative and well balanced video

  171. MTAgain

    MTAgain19 أيام قبل

    Having worked in control systems for 15 years and having a degree and masters in electronics and control systems I can honestly say, folks the tech just isn’t there yet. It will be in the future but it’s quite a way off.

  172. Gaming TV

    Gaming TV17 أيام قبل

    Bro whybwoukd anyone want fsd

  173. You Tube

    You Tubeأيام قبل

    I don't really have much tech knowledge, but i can say that for self driving we need global or erea radar connection, that cars realize that there's something coming from aside or Infront of it. This is not about camera, this should be about signals and sensors and should be very sharp and effective. maybe we need next generation of Net like 6G or 7G and global nets like what Elon Musk doing like Starling. It will take 10 till 20 years for sure. Don't forget an AI 🚦 traffic system to control every movement ofthe cars.

  174. ﹰ

    16 أيام قبل

    I think another motor need to be turn wheels separate fromm steering wheel.So cars can made a lot more smooth turns

  175. Carlos Pais

    Carlos Pais19 أيام قبل

    Sure, Tesla have been promising full self-driving for a long time and it's still not delivering it. Also the name they use is misleading. However just look at FSD Beta that's only available in US right now. It's definitely capable of driving through town without intervention. Of course it fails sometimes, but another times it works perfectly, stopping on stop signs, red lights, crossing intersections, etc...

  176. Lachlan T

    Lachlan T19 أيام قبل

    Yeah. And most importantly it is improving REALLY quickly. Look at FSD Beta 1 year ago lol.

  177. hamzeh karbasiyan

    hamzeh karbasiyan20 أيام قبل

    Good points! Additionally, imo one of the stepstones for realization of autonomous driving is the V2X (Vehicle to everything) communication infrastructure which is neglected in the first place! Maybe that does not sound so charming to their marketing departments, therefore, they prefer promoting a WOW idea out of the box!, without concereting the foundation!

  178. Yann

    Yann18 أيام قبل

    Hi Matt. Yes, at the moment they do silly things and they aren't capable of dealing with the unpredictable as you said. But, when all cars are self driving which they pretty much will be in 30 years, then they will not only be predicable but constantly telling each other what they are doing so it won't be a problem.

  179. ac0pt

    ac0pt12 أيام قبل

    @Flash357 I'm programmer since a kid and did games in Machine Language on z80, never stopped since . What do you know of Programing ?

  180. Flash357

    Flash35712 أيام قبل

    @ac0pt You are a FAKE then. All you are doing is TALKING. What are you developing, or inventing?

  181. ac0pt

    ac0pt12 أيام قبل

    @Flash357 Thing´s don't change by talk, they change by actions and "AI" is still on the first steps. I'm all for making, not for faking!

  182. Flash357

    Flash35714 أيام قبل

    @ac0pt If people keep listening to you, we wont have the things we do now. I bet you thought that landing rockets was impossible, riiiiiight? It is people like Elon, Henry Ford, and other engineers, and inventors, and innovators that drive the technology forward. People like you like to whine and complain about emerging tech while it is being developed but enjoy it after it is out without any second thought.

  183. Flash357

    Flash35714 أيام قبل

    @Orbilfolda Elon keeps telling others that ML IS NOT Linear but idiots keep thinking that it is from their response/answers to the videos, or reports.

  184. Dan Sentinel76

    Dan Sentinel7616 أيام قبل

    Well done Mat and Carwow for this excellent video. Too many people have been duped by snake oil salesman Elon Musk.

  185. real Superku

    real Superku20 أيام قبل

    I'm all for driver assistance systems like pre-collision assist but hell no to self-driving. I want to drive myself.

  186. Vas Me

    Vas Me15 أيام قبل

    @George soo give a 40 tons truck to AI ? And articulated. I am sure you dont know how much implies that.

  187. Lachlan T

    Lachlan T19 أيام قبل

    @TschingisTube IKR! This people are fools.

  188. TschingisTube

    TschingisTube19 أيام قبل

    @Tom Chambers its always the „others“ and everybody is the best driver , car accidents are the biggest unsolved riddle 😀

  189. Tom Chambers

    Tom Chambers19 أيام قبل

    Wrong perspective. Driving yourself is fine. What about all of the other drivers that don't give a crap about crashing into you?

  190. Let it Drive

    Let it Drive20 أيام قبل

    @George I do lot of driving and I bought Comma AI Openpilot system to my car. Makes driving more chill and relaxing.

  191. Curious Fan

    Curious Fan19 أيام قبل

    Watson, I agree with your view. You forgot to mention that there're a lot of us enjoy driving and want to actively drive.

  192. alex mills

    alex mills19 أيام قبل

    If your hands have to hover over the steering wheel and have to be ready at any moment to take control incase the autopilot cuts out, you probably are more anxious and concentrating harder than just driving normally. Therefore defeating the point of driverless cars. Remember, 99% of driving is actually pretty easy and not stressful. And the 1% when it is difficult, a human is much better equipped to deal with the scenario than a computer having to process information outside it's normal parameters.

  193. Henry Shen

    Henry Shen19 أيام قبل

    Have being driving the FSD for over a month now. Since 99% of driving is very easy, I just let the FSD drive on these easy situation on long trips. For the 1% which need human intervention, I am more alert than myself driving. But this is quite ok with me. I feel much less stress in the 1% cases when your mind can relax 99% of long journey.

  194. FalconGamer58

    FalconGamer5819 أيام قبل

    Even if autonomous cars were 100% safe, think about how they could be exploited by regulators Any new technology, think this: "how can this go wrong?"

  195. Hydraulic Press Channel

    Hydraulic Press Channel19 أيام قبل

    At least Tesla's systems are pretty good handling missing road markings. I just took a 400km trip yesterday with my Model S and 80% time markings were under the snow and car performed still really well the whole trip with autopilot on at highways. But in general I am not going to be surprised if we are still driving by ourselves 2025 but I think it's matter of time with all of this money and brain power thrown at the problem. If you are really interested about solving the weird cases Tesla's latest ai day has pretty good ideas how to solve that. Might be bit too much for average person to take in with in one watch but still good stuff.

  196. Owin Thomas

    Owin Thomas20 أيام قبل

    Surely all cars come standard as “driverless” cars. You don’t buy a driver as an option.

  197. Abubakar Siddiq

    Abubakar Siddiq17 أيام قبل

    underrated comment 😂😂

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    piit20 أيام قبل

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  199. VROneUK

    VROneUK19 أيام قبل

    @carwow Hi Mat, Best way forward (probably the only way) I think is to upgrade to the roads themselves.. (infrastructure) There needs to be technology built into the roads, such as when they replace damaged 'Cats Eyes', they are replaced with newer ones that have transmitters built in them. Obviously this needs to work in tandem with the car technology, satellites etc, etc. It's an expensive game, and I think you're right! It's never going happen, certainly not at the level most of us would expect... I mean who's going to foot the bill for this new infrastructure... the government? No... the tax payer? No. The roads themselves are the key to proper autonomous driving and would cost billions! Well, that my view on it.

  200. cer velo

    cer velo17 أيام قبل

    I like Matt's BMW M3. People still want to enjoy driving. A lot of the fun is being taken out of driving - Fuel costs, cameras, speed cameras, rules, etc. all reduces the fun of driving.

  201. Aurelian Dragomir

    Aurelian Dragomir19 أيام قبل

    Actually I see a bit different this matter beside the ethical reasoning. First, some roads are non standard: some lanes lines are not visible enough, some have 1,5 lanes instead of 2 full lanes and you have to squeeze, some intersections have totally awful shapes, some circulation signs are not visible enough, etc. Secondly, the sensors: on night/ rain/ snow/ fog they cant analyze the image property, they cant react fast enough on tight situations because of motion blur or just very low reaction time. Thirdly, because of how AI works: it trains on a lot of models so it can know what to do on future situations related somehow to the training models but are unable to react on totally new situations. Although we humans have never fall into a canal, we know it’s bad . The only solution I would see viable is to keep only the autonomous car, communicating each other in almost real time in a huge grid. But mixing them with human cars and in night/ bad weather/ strange roads seems a dream for me

  202. Ashleigh Ahearne

    Ashleigh Ahearne19 أيام قبل

    Hopefully it goes the same way with petrol and diesel engines

  203. schprinklerrr

    schprinklerrr11 أيام قبل

    I honestly don't care if self-driving cars come along. I just hope we can always buy driver's cars

  204. Telbel

    Telbel19 أيام قبل

    I never knew Tesla's weren't fully capable of automated driving. I thought it was the only car that could.

  205. Slow Mo MMA

    Slow Mo MMA13 أيام قبل

    They have released the beta version to a select number of people at the moment which is doing pretty well, not perfect but far beyond what was described in this video.

  206. Tr4nnel

    Tr4nnel15 أيام قبل

    I drive a Tesla for two months now and fully agree. Full autonomous driving is far, far away. The system is spooked by everything unusual and it cannot understand the intent of other participants. So it just breaks, hard.

  207. Geoff Burns

    Geoff Burns19 أيام قبل

    Another factor which I have frequently remarked on, and is related to your mention of responsibility in an accident, is that of insurance. If the car is 'self-driving', then who should have provided insurance cover? Is it the manufacturer of the vehicle? The manufacturer of the AI/guidance system? The software writers? And if the car is stolen, shouldn't the AI system have recognised a non-authourised "driver"? Perhaps one of the main reasons we won't see such vehicles for a very long time is the potential liability.

  208. NO3V

    NO3V19 أيام قبل

    Who cares? The person being driven will pay for the risk. Either included in the car purchase (what you call liability on the manufacturer/developer side) or in a monthly package or just in a normal insurance quote or within a per-ride fare. How is that at all difficult?

  209. Sportbike Jesus

    Sportbike Jesus19 أيام قبل

    I’m no fan of autonomous cars but the way tech works is that there is always progress. Eventually we will get there. It’s inevitable, Mr Anderson.

  210. Gianluca Sini

    Gianluca Sini19 أيام قبل

    Totally agree - we won't see them tomorrow, but in some years they will be the normality.

  211. Holy.Chris

    Holy.Chris19 أيام قبل

    To this day I've never believed in autonomous cars being a real thing soon. First because I'd hate a world in which you can't drive, plus imagine being the only one driving in the traffic : would you be responsible more than the others in case of an accident ? Second, dealing with laws : as you said it's gonna be a nightmare to determine responsabilities, and manufacturers won't be willing to be held for responsible for accidents ; or they will but it's gonna cost a big amount of money to the consumer to be allowed to "drive" autonomous vehicles. Third, I don't trust machines that much. I work with I.A. (in remote sensing, environmental studies etc.) and they still have issues recognizing objects.

  212. Motors By HG

    Motors By HG19 أيام قبل

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  213. harty smeal

    harty smeal15 أيام قبل

    it is easy to imagine that in twenty years there will be something pretty close to autonomous cars.

  214. Luke Philip

    Luke Philip19 أيام قبل

    So well said. "The Tesla adaptive cruise works very well... most of the time" It only takes one error to cause a fatal accident. We took delivery of a 2021 £115k BMW X7 this year. All the bells and whistles. Drove it twice over long distance, the auto cruise worked okay. Laggy but acceptable. Then... on two occasions the motorway traffic comes to a near stop in the distance. Hazards flashing. Car should be decelerating... no... no... nothing... Dashboard starts flashing that a crash is imminent and I the driver step in before I 'assume' it would emergency stop from 95mph on the autobahn. Or possibly not... Not f**king good enough BMW. Sold the car to WBAC and broke even and now have a Mercedes GLS. Hopefully this one is a little less s**t. And yes I am the type that throws my phone out of the window when it doesn't work properly. 🤣

  215. 91325able

    91325able20 أيام قبل

    As someone working in the field, I agree full autonomy is still a long shot. Nevertheless what most of the mentioned programs promised was level 3 (autonomous in a specific domain with driver intervention within 10s). Mercedes brought that to market (albeit in the most minimalist domain possible). But others will follow soon and extend the domain. It's called the mars mission of the automotive industry for a reason. L5 is not going to happen any time soon, but I am confident we will get there eventually. Legislation is not going to be the issue once the technology is ready. I worry more about motion sickness and public acceptance once those cars will drive around in a very safety-centric way religiously obeying speed limits. By the way, Tesla's marketing is deceiving and illegal in the EU. I regard it as near to impossible to achieve an ASIL-D functional safety rating required for level 3 with the sensor set provided for the simple fact that it does not offer redundancy. It's probably never gonna be more than an admittedly very good level 2 system.

  216. Ronin

    Ronin19 أيام قبل

    @Dan Hersey You clearly don't know what you're talking about. What delusional source states Tesla has collected 2.3 million miles up to this point? Provide it! We both know you can't because it's a lie. Tesla's AI day in 2020 stated they have collected over 3 billion miles. Watch their video or read the countless articles about it. They're well over 3 billion today since that was 14 months ago. So yeah, your little fake number doesn't work with people who know. I'll call you out on your lies every time and square you away with the correct data. I mean, does it make you feel better about your butthurt feelings by making up numbers? You have to be a adolescent. If not, I don't see how you avoid walking into walls on a daily basis. Point me to your 2.3 million miles source lol. I'll wait...

  217. Dan Hersey

    Dan Hersey19 أيام قبل

    @Ronin Tesla isn’t collecting data from all of those cars as I’ve mentioned multiple times if you read my comments. Tesla has collected (ACCORDING TO THEM) around 2million usable miles. Waymo had 2.3 million usable miles half a decade ago. So, once again, either Tesla is lying or you’re wrong. Which is it?

  218. Ronin

    Ronin19 أيام قبل

    @Dan Hersey Wrong. All wrong. Tesla has way more data driven miles than Waymo. Simple math can tell you that without knowing anything else. Tesla has hundreds of thousands of cars collecting data on the road every day. Waymo does not.

  219. Dan Hersey

    Dan Hersey19 أيام قبل

    @Ronin As for you Waymo comment. Tesla claims (they give no concrete evidence) that they have about 2 million miles of observed driving from FSD Beta (what’s being used to build out full FSD) Waymo in 2016 had 2.3 million miles driven so once again you’re wrong, Waymo has more usable miles ( according to Teslas own data). As for your second claim of Tesla being way ahead and number one, Teslas own data and employees contradicts that statement. So either Tesla is lying or you are. It’s up to you, welcome to the real world or stay in your echo chamber. Listen to autonomy experts who are working for Tesla and telling you they’re years behind lol.

  220. Ronin

    Ronin19 أيام قبل

    @Dan Hersey I see you conveniently didnt respond about the Waymo statement. Yeah, I wouldnt either since you cant dispute that. Also, my whole point was your mindless claim that Tesla is way behind in autonomy. They're #1 and it's not even close. You'll get woke when other oem's start licensing autonomy from Tesla one day since it makes more sense to do that than to develop on your own. You trolls will see and I'll be laughing.

  221. Ruben Boni

    Ruben Boni16 أيام قبل

    Another important point is missing in this video and that is the ethical question. Let’s suppose you are being driven in your autonomous car and suddenly for one reason or the other a child runs onto the road right before you. Your autonomous car sees this and can avoid the child, but by doing so will run into an oncoming truck. There is no other option, it’s either the kid or the truck. What should your car decide to do?

  222. Daniel Luke

    Daniel Luke19 أيام قبل

    Great video, and the man speaks the truth HOWEVER the video would have been far more interesting had he gone over why self-driving has been so difficult for computers to master. In fairness he did go into it a tiny bit about how computers lack the flexibility to respond to irl situations, but more detail on this point would have illuminated the problem more fundamentally and this more interestingly.

  223. Day Dreamer

    Day Dreamer18 أيام قبل

    @Daniel Luke There are no denying the challenges ahead. But Ai is changing everything. People really are underestimating it's potential to grow and expand. Timescales may not be exact, but do not pretend change isn't coming. and it is coming faster than most people realise.

  224. Daniel Luke

    Daniel Luke19 أيام قبل

    @Day Dreamer Computers beat humans long long before the advent of AI, although it might have taken AI to beat Go. I think the subtext here is not that difficult problems can never be solved, it's that sometimes we underestimate the difficulties of certain problems. I mean, think about how extremely difficult this problem is:. It will be considered a failed technology if it only gets it right 99.9999999% of the time. That is a very high bar for a problem with countless dynamic variables. The other point is that marketing gets mixed up with both competitive pressure and wishful thinking. If one car company boasts that it will have self driving in 3 years or whatever the timeline is, markets will soon demand some kind of statement from other car makers. Before the anticipated date arrives when the cars are supposed to be autonomous, they get lots of positive press plus they calm the nerves of their shareholders who need to know the given company can remain competitive.

  225. Day Dreamer

    Day Dreamer19 أيام قبل

    There was a time that reasoning was used to say a computer could never beat a human chess champion. It was a long time ago, and Ai has come a very long way.

  226. zksHPuPngGs61kNJ

    zksHPuPngGs61kNJ19 أيام قبل

    Self driving cars aren't yet ready, but you aren't an American and don't have access to the latest version of Tesla's software. They lock down many features for the EU/non-American market. Hands off the wheel driving already exists over here and Teslas are already driving on city streets with the beta software. So yes, not there yet, but the writing is clearly on the wall and I wouldn't bet against it...

  227. Pedro Moreira

    Pedro Moreira19 أيام قبل

    Well, AI and sensor technologies had an unbelievable evolution the past 10-15 years, so for the technical aspect of it, it's a matter of perfecting the system. However, it doesn't shock me at all if it takes another 10 years or more for those promises to be delivered and then another 10 years for the global adoption and law adjustment. As for the responsibility in accidents it will be just like it is now - insurance companies will deal with that between themselves.

  228. Ioan Deaconu

    Ioan Deaconu15 أيام قبل

    And refuse to pay, even more than today, because they or the driver are not at fault. The manufacturer is at fault. The driver had no control, so how can they be responsible? It is so difficult to figure it out that in that case they would still require you to pay attention by law, so that you are responsible. It is and will mever be a full self driving car, it would be assisted driving, still false marketing, why not, sheepel are buying it.... oh, amd hacker atacks, I can't wait for a hacker to take control of such system, or jusy disable it and cause crashes/trafic jams. It happens with phones/pc, but it is not your life on the line like in the case of cars.