The World Artificial Intelligence Conference in Shanghai, China was held earlier this month from July 6 to 8. Tesla had a booth at the expo, where they showcased their cars featuring Autopilot and FSD, along with a prototype of the Optimus robot. This is part of Tesla Vision AI, which is paving the way for FSD by enabling robots to recognize the world around them.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted that no other Car company is anywhere close to Tesla in the AI field, and the number of FSD beta miles driven during testing is another big advantage Tesla has over other Car manufacturers. However, the terminology Musk used in his tweet was complex and difficult to understand.
In order to better understand AI per watt, Dr. Know-it-All used his vast background in software development and AI research, along with the input from the famous ex-Google employee and MIT researcher James Damore, to explain the differences between Transformers and Diffusion in AI.
Tesla is setting the standards for AI, and is constantly innovating and coming up with ways to keep its technological edge over the competition. This continuous improvement cycle is not just limited to the software updates or AI, but Tesla also practices it in every piece of its product cycle — from factory construction to Car design and production, safety, and even deliveries.
Tesla‘s presence at the conference in Shanghai showed that the company is at the forefront of real-world AI and is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of technology. With Autopilot and FSD, Tesla is already miles ahead of other Car companies, and the automaker is only expected to continue advancing in the field.