Yesterday morning, the state of California held a hearing on proposed rules governing self-driving cars. Both automakers and Google objected to the regulations as written, saying that the requirement to comply with voluntary federal regulations issued last month would hobble their development efforts. Then, last night, Tesla Motors announced a vastly expanded suite of hardware to enable full self-driving capabilities, at some point in the future, in all Tesla cars fitted with that hardware. DON'T MISS: How safe is Tesla Autopilot? Parsing the statistics (as suggested by Elon Musk) Tesla's...
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