Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, said on Tuesday that the firm would have its second artificial intelligence day on August 19, with the company likely to elaborate on its intentions to improve self-driving technology.
The goal of AI Day is to persuade top AI/software/chip talent to join Tesla, according to the billionaire. The use of artificial intelligence in self-driving cars has sparked controversy over safety concerns, although Musk has repeatedly stated that such vehicles are significantly safer than those controlled by people.
Tesla is working on software that will let its cars to drive without human intervention or supervision, but its full self-driving (FSD) system presently requires human supervision and is not designed to operate without a driver behind the wheel. "Tesla AI Day #2 on Aug 19. So many cool updates!," In a tweet, Musk stated. The firm had its first AI day last August.