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Are you safer in a Tesla on autopilot, as Elon Musk says? Let’s do the math.

Since a Tesla car on autopilot had a fatal crash in May, killing the driver, we’ve been hearing debates about whether the company’s “self-driving” cars are safe. On October 4, California’s regulators asked Tesla to stop advertising its cars using the word “autopilot” until and unless the car could actually drive itself, without human intervention. (Right […]
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