The crash that killed two men in Texas allegedly with no driver gave Tesla heavy scrutiny and backlash. The latest one came as a document called Level 2 Driver Monitoring Principles, published by the AAI (Alliance For Automotive Innovation). The first principle says that “The Level 2 system name should reasonably reflect the functionality of that Level 2 system and not imply greater capability.” That sentence has Autopilot’s name all over it.

The following one goes in the same direction by stating that “the Level 2 system information, including promotional materials, should reasonably reflect the functionality of the system.” In other words, it should not promise more than it can actually do. This one applies like a glove to “Full Self-Driving,” also known as FSD.

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