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Tesla’s autopilot predicts a crash freakishly early

There’s been a fair amount of controversy over Tesla’s Autopilot feature, so if you’ve got your doubts about the capabilities of assisted driving technology when it comes to preventing accidents, it’s worth taking a look at this.

New dashcam footage from the Netherlands shows the safety features in Tesla Autopilot detect a potential highway collision between the two cars travelling ahead of the driver, just moments before a violent impact takes place.
via Science Alert

Click here for the full dash cam video

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