Figuring Out Why This Tesla Hit That Truck

2021-ж., 9-фев.
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As of 2020 Tesla has logged over 3 billion miles of autonomous vehicle driving. That’s over 120,000 laps around your momma. Like it or not, we can all agree that autonomous vehicles are the way of the future. Tesla, Cadillac, BMW, they're just a few companies that have cars on the market with autonomous features. But each of them tackle this "autonomous driving" problem in a different way using different technology. So how do they do it, how does it really work, and more importantly, is a computer in a car truly as responsive as the human brain? Well today we are gonna find out. Skynet is here.

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  • That idiot had so much time to brake, before hitting car.

    Just Say NOJust Say NO22 мүнөт мурун
  • To err is human. To totally fukk up one requires a computer.

    PSIMAN XPSIMAN X7 саат мурун
  • Look at the vootage closly and you will see a person that the computer could have been focused on most and the truck was not a main concern

    seldabsseldabs7 саат мурун
  • The imaginary elephant statistically file because snowflake centrally invent near a misty star. bewildered, dependent relish

    Luce FerrariLuce Ferrari9 саат мурун
  • Actually there was a car braking system fault, main cylinder was out of order according to official report due to service from local mechanics.

    Muhammad AfnanMuhammad Afnan9 саат мурун
  • This is what happened when you, the driver, depend too much on the computer or self-driving system to drive your car.

    AsianBoiZ1AsianBoiZ113 саат мурун
  • Teslas don't come with a brake pedal? I know they are badly built, maybe the factory forgot to install one? Or maybe the driver suffered a stroke and blacked out while driving.

    CVT TCVT T14 саат мурун
  • Sleeping.

    BreatheAgain 777BreatheAgain 77714 саат мурун
  • lOOK AT FOOTAGE. bRAKES WERE APPLIED OR THE SMOKE WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN COMING OFF THE TIRES SEVERAL TIMES. They also almost hit a pedestrian, so was the driver drunk???

    Sir MilesSir Miles15 саат мурун
  • The Cybertruck looks like it has a relatively smaller RCS so perhaps autonomous vehicles' radars might have more difficulty in detecting it

    Zhi Han LeeZhi Han Lee19 саат мурун
  • Hey Dip wad, that is not a semi-truck. It is a box van or box truck. Why do you fail to know common terms or common physics. The pool ball example is DEAD WRONG. The energy is absorbed by the friction on the felt and the rotation of the balls when they are far enough apart to rotate. You are as ignorant as you look in that backwards cap.

    Mark GMark GКүн мурун
  • Meanwhile, it’s “ *driver assist* “ N O T “ *driver asleep* “

    Smallstudio DesignSmallstudio DesignКүн мурун
  • I agree with the system maybe not trained to distinguish a vehicle when it is turned over because all collision test I've seen are stationary prop vehicles in upright position.

    Raff MartinezRaff MartinezКүн мурун
  • Educated Guess: Much like the Tesla that drove under a semi trailer crossing a rural divided highway, it was determined that the white color of the side of the truck and the cloudy sky were very close in color. The top of this overturned truck was more than likely white and you can see how much sun is lighting the area. Bright sky (cloud or sun) and bright vehicle means the computer just could not figure out the difference at a distance. As stated in the video, Lidar would not have seen this at highway speeds soon enough to make much difference. What is not noted is that the smoke from the tires appears to be heavy braking before the crash. If the driver is to be believed that he was not paying attention, i.e. "Autopilot was driving, it's the car's fault." That means that the car decided at the last minute to apply the brakes. Which is more that what most people do on the highway in a tradition vehicle. People crash into stopped traffic ALL THE TIME. The fact that the Tesla driver is alive may be due to the computer slowing the car just before impact. Computer cars are already safer than humans, period.

    A-Lock ProductionsA-Lock ProductionsКүн мурун
  • Lidar disagrees with all the other sensors in the rain, smoke or fog, so when it disagrees with all the other sensors the car just assumes there must be rain or fog and ignores the Lidar. Also, the signal has to reflect back to the source, at a 45 degree angle very little of the signal would return. That is how military stealth aircraft work, they bounce the signal away at 45 degree angles. Plus, the top of the truck was probably white or gray, very likely the same color as the sky. I think that the important takeaway from this event is that when something like this happens, the company takes it seriously and puts in a lot of effort to fix the bug. The problem is that if you want to buy one of these cars, and you ask the dealer if they fixed this problem, the dealer is almost guaranteed to know nothing about the companies work on a software update to prevent this in the future, if they give you any reply at all it is probably going to be a lie. All that said, what is the accident per mile driven of self-driving cars right now? It seems a little unfair when humans are probably causing 10 times as many accidents per mile traveled than self-driving cars are. On the other hand, how many miles have you personally driven and how many accidents per mile have you done? I think we need to be given this data when we decide to drive a specific self-driving car. So, for example, say there is a Chevy self-driving car that has 1 accident in 10,000 miles driven, and a different self-driving car that Chevy makes has only 1 accident in 30,000 miles driven. We should have this information when we are picking which car to buy. Also, lets say we have driven 100,000 and had 2 accidents, so we have a driving record of 1 accident in 50,000 miles. Before self-driving cars take over the roads, this simple math must be in the public record, and I believe it should be a legal requirement for them to tell us this before we buy their car. Also, we should have a way to find out our accident to mile driving record easily too. I am of course referring to accidents that could have killed someone, not just accidents where someone dies, accidents that could easily have killed someone. For instance, a car T-boning another car at an intersection, that usually kills people, so that counts even if everyone survived that particular time. An accident where someone lands in a ditch and rolls the car, I wouldn't count that, tons of my friends have rolled in a ditch, in the middle of nowhere, and barely had a scratch on them. Disagree with me if you want, after all I am just a random person on the Internet, but at least demand that the accident data is displayed as openly and as often as the car's horsepower rating or mile-per-gallon rating. Maybe if you mention the horsepower you then have to mention its crash statistics, or if you mention the miles-per-gallon you then have to mention the average miles to crashes ratio. This is important. This is the future of road safety.

    musikSkoolmusikSkoolКүн мурун
  • They finally show their true colors!! The Tesla wanted to show its dominance over a huge truck!!

    Brrr_IceBrrr_Ice2 күн мурун
  • wait so every time we use captcha were helping build the machines that can beat captcha? o.O

    mortdeusmortdeus2 күн мурун

    Erik KösterErik Köster2 күн мурун
  • Great presentation given by a 12 year old in an adolescent body

    Cliff GriffenCliff Griffen2 күн мурун
  • I think i have an answer.. If you see the video then you will see that there is a man walking cross the road and barely not get hit by the tesla. Also the car did break before passing the man.And it might make the tesla car think that there is no threat in front. So it again kept going. And it might thought the big truck as a road sing above the road... What you think about that..

    Minhazul IslamMinhazul Islam2 күн мурун
  • Most likely the way it was programmed didn´t allow the car to react accordingly. Keep in mind, Autopilot at this point is just an advanced driving assist system, NOT a Level4/5 system (except for the few that have the FSD beta, but in most countries it is basically a lane keep assist and active cruise control that monitors the distance). Drivers have to take over at any point if the system should fail.

    shockwave1shockwave12 күн мурун
  • Tesla is going to release in india . But I am thinking when a pedestrian cross road Tesla autopilot sensors don't work tesla hit and predestrian is passed away

    Ryan NobilRyan Nobil2 күн мурун
  • 13mins of "I don't know why it happened"... Good job dude

    Great OkamonuGreat Okamonu2 күн мурун
  • One question for you guys: how radiators (for water, oil, etc.) works on different commercial cars. Thanks in advance.

    Indalecio ReyesIndalecio Reyes2 күн мурун
  • He didn’t figure it out or have any depth of knowledge

    Michael GriffithsMichael Griffiths3 күн мурун
  • even the truck driver was trying to get the driver attention wtf could you even be looking away that long for

    Ashley’s BluesAshley’s Blues3 күн мурун
  • Brilliant......this is what it’s all about 😊

    Roy HarkinsRoy Harkins3 күн мурун
  • Autonomous driving require that driver hand on steering wheel, to take control of the car. I don't know if many Tesla drivers knew this. Lidar is the best technology.

    NicholsZieglerNicholsZiegler3 күн мурун
  • 4:31 ...

    Simon De VuystSimon De Vuyst3 күн мурун
  • That is not a semi.

    BucketrooBucketroo3 күн мурун
  • Ok fanboy. Keep making up excuses. Autonomous cars have been killing people since day one. Proportionally, they commit more accidents.

    Master of the UniverseMaster of the Universe3 күн мурун
  • I'm frankly astounded that tesla's aren't constantly crashing on autopilot. How often does software get released and has such a low failure rate that one example is a big deal

    Kire EDCKire EDC3 күн мурун
  • It would have been nice if the driver would have turned on the radar.

    William HayesWilliam Hayes3 күн мурун
  • obviously that stupid driver sleeping... wtf he/she cant see that huge truck sleeping on the road from far... either the driver blind or his fooking with ugly and expensive ex girlfriend LiDAR at the back seat.

    Born 2 LoseBorn 2 Lose3 күн мурун
  • autopilot is far from finished, it has a warning everytime you start using it, and you have to keep your hands on the wheel for these types of situations. the driver should've avoided the truck manually.

    Snufkin the Wandering IdiotSnufkin the Wandering Idiot3 күн мурун
  • Guess I just saw a possible answer: while smoking, I stared down at the trucks passing by - and one of them had a roof matching the color of the road below almost exactly! From a distance large enough it would be tough to tell where the roof was facing (as the both parallax methods mentioned degrade in accuracy with distance), so chances are a machine could just ignore it's image, relying purely on radar - up to the point when the cameras could finally resolve it (you can see the brakes engaging). That was too late of course, and triggers a greater question: why did it not try to steer away, if that is what a driver would do (avoiding the accident altogether if skilled enough).

    TheBypasserTheBypasser3 күн мурун
  • Driver responsibility period. We are not robots. The driver had to of been on his phone

    Silver BackSilver Back4 күн мурун
  • Why did the driver fail to avoid the collision is what I want to know

    ZachzedzachZachzedzach4 күн мурун
  • Kids channels like this should have a warning for adults not waste time watching. This was interesting until you started to make bad jokes and trying to be funny...

    FreedomWarriorFreedomWarrior4 күн мурун
  • So you just wasted 11 minutes of my time

    Brandon SanchezBrandon Sanchez4 күн мурун
  • Ok nice video but that was a box truck, definitely not a semi truck.

    TrainRider Railfan - NYC Subway History & MoreTrainRider Railfan - NYC Subway History & More4 күн мурун
  • well, might have been the fact that the truck was white and it was a bright, sunny day. probably the cameras could not detect the truck over the overexposed, white background. imo, the accident could have easily been avoided if the driver actually "drove" the vehicle instead of being their own passenger.

    LEGALiZELEGALiZE4 күн мурун
  • He claimed he was on autopilot to cash in is more like it

    ExplodingtrapsExplodingtraps4 күн мурун
  • Now imagine that Tesla wasn't a little sedan, but an 18 wheeler loaded to the 80,000 pound legal limit... and y'all wanna remove the human drivers like me from the equation? Y'all are fucking insane

    Honey LavenderHoney Lavender4 күн мурун
  • There’s an ancient technology call your foot.... use it

    Chou YangChou Yang4 күн мурун
  • Some boys binge Netflix, real men binge Donut Media 👌

    Reggie Wayne HutchinsonReggie Wayne Hutchinson4 күн мурун
  • LiDAR is for idiots, am i right?

    M!LOSM!LOS4 күн мурун
  • 11:44 The answer is no. Even with LiDAR the possibility of a collision would still be pretty high. Tesla's stopping distance is ~150m @ 60mph, the average range of a vehicle mounted LiDAR sensor is 100m. There are some that go up to 200m, but they aren't that common as of yet. I really want to know what the driver was doing that made him miss someone waving their hand on the side of the road.

    oseart55oseart554 күн мурун
  • car legit looks like the ai in gta lmao crashing into random wrecks like it's no biggie glad everyone's okay though

    Charlie MCharlie M4 күн мурун
  • Elon said himself this is an assist software that's meant to be used with an ALERT operator. Not someone sleeping or on their phone

    xTorhnx212xTorhnx2124 күн мурун
  • 10:17 skip the bs

    SGproSGpro4 күн мурун
  • 4:39 caught me off guard

    SGproSGpro4 күн мурун
  • Why did the car crash . Simple answer is that the car was in auto pilot mode and not being driven by a human being ,and we are told these thing are going to make our lives better but in reality it's just making people lazy .

    Ronin_ GThaycRonin_ GThayc4 күн мурун
  • Donut Media.... good video, but just so you know, the truck laying on its side in the highway.... is NOT a "semi" (as noted at 0:32).... it was just a Small P&D (Pickup & Delivery) type of van/truck.... in Europe, or some other country outside of the US.

    2Stroke Diesel Power2Stroke Diesel Power4 күн мурун
  • If you dont have an anwer, dont make a video... Its a white truck, so you do have a white surface against the bright sky. There were other crashes in similar situations before and the analysis sad "not enough contrast". The system just mistook the white roof of the truck for the sky, because it could not differenciate it against the sky. And then on the other side its also not breaking for the driver on the road in front of the truck. He had to jump out of the way.

    rollenderrolandrollenderroland4 күн мурун
  • Crashed because triangulation failed. The roof of the semi presented a relatively large featureless field to the multiple cameras, so the triangulation failed to lock on a scene feature because there was none. My guess :D

    eromanaeromana4 күн мурун
  • How do you know that auto driving was even purchased on the car and even turned on? Another misleading video , a waste of time

    Peter LimPeter Lim5 күн мурун
    • Tesla sucks.

      Adam SniderAdam Snider4 күн мурун
  • 4:40 dammit, I wasn't ready for that. I spit my coffee all over the place.

    Remi RamosRemi Ramos5 күн мурун
  • Wait wait wait, did you call my mom big and stupid? That was fucking gold dude

    BillytheBob PorrasBillytheBob Porras5 күн мурун
  • What felt like 20 minutes in "yeah, I don't know" - um... but the heading! :(

    Julian SlomanJulian Sloman5 күн мурун
  • Pro tip. Toss that self driving garbage in the trash 🗑

    South Sask FarmerSouth Sask Farmer5 күн мурун
  • Do more videos like this

    Mad fox ManMad fox Man5 күн мурун
  • I think the self driving cars should use all possible and available types of detection the more backups and failsafes the better

    iplygmziplygmz5 күн мурун
  • If you trust a billionaire more than your ability to drive, you shouldn't be driving.

    Aegis KayAegis Kay5 күн мурун
  • The car was in Auto Mode. It was trying to kill the driver.

    William JonesWilliam Jones5 күн мурун
  • I don't believe I just wasted 13 minutes of my life watching this.

    Adam WhiteAdam White5 күн мурун
  • I think your description of the sensors are very limited. Having worked with a number companies and defense with these systems, the basics of what you describe are true but not how they work. For example most ultrasonics work in conjunction with other hardware elements to produce a very very accurate response (necessary for parking and near field). The radar is far more complex than described, and without going into detail - this will likely replace lidar and cameras. We already use them in many defense vehicles (even driven ones) its only a matter of commercialization and time. Solid state radar, 44M and 88M Radar (and new 105M), and others are all far more well evolved and likely to become heavily used. LiDar.. is here to stay. And its good, and there are other types of LiDaR like solid state lidar, and SPADs (these will blow your mind) are also going to be heavily the main game when it comes to safety. Video cameras are _bad_ . Trust me, they are pointless from a machine perspective, no training in the world can cater for all the visual artifacts that you need to ensure _safe_ driving. Consider your own eyes, they can be _easily_ fooled because we dont depth process or object categorize as well as people think - hence why people crash. Dont copy something you know is flawed! Vision acquisition systems have been around for 50+ years and most of the problems have been well covered - they are NOT good for a way to safely navigate a 3D space. This is why Musk is a bit of an idiot. Btw - you can detect signage (what it says) from LiDaR and even from Radar.. we already do it. Why the car crashed.. the image analysis that Teslas rely upon is greatly flawed. The main problems are _light_. You just cant train ML if the source data is dark, hidden, or hard to detect. Thats why human eyes have the same issues. Nearly every Tesla owner I know has experienced the autopilot doing "weird things" like lane drifting and not braking properly or braking in random ways - this is _known_.. so individual crashes are only the edge of the problem, there is a much bigger pool of issues out there. I hope Telsa does become more lidar oriented or at least get some decent radar (the one they have is soooo cheap). For me, even putting a car like this on the road is a bad message to send to the consumer - we are ok with unsafe solutions, we will patch it and make it better as we go... thats not engineering.. thats a dodgy company.

    David LannanDavid Lannan5 күн мурун
  • this is why autopilot is banned in EU.

    DaneDane5 күн мурун
  • and yes, tesla is at fault here.

    DaneDane5 күн мурун
  • i always had an instinct to just turn the steering wheel in such occasions where there was something in the spot where it shouldn't be at that time. so, my conclusion is that it's always better to avoid it by steering your way around it while just lifting off the foot off of the accelerator pedal instead of slamming hard on the brakes and holding the steering straight. I don't know how to explain it but I rarely hit the brakes when something like this happens on the road. maybe because the car i drive isn't an f1 and therefore needs a lot of time to slow down to 0.... idk. P.S. and forgot to mention, also I always find time to take a glimpse of my back by looking at the rearview mirror which is even more important in some cases. not showing off but it's how it is.

    DaneDane5 күн мурун
  • Radio wave are very short compared to sound waves. (at 4:06) Why didn't the driver detect the overturned semi truck??? Because he was sleeping on auto pilot.

    Ken KapplerKen Kappler6 күн мурун
  • 6:23 no uglier than half the sensors in the drivers seat I see every morning.

    Critical EventCritical Event6 күн мурун
  • FSD with web cameras is a fool's errand. Anyone who thinks there will ever be a coast to coast drive of a FSD Tesla, or that every Tesla made since 2014 has all the hardware necessary for FSD, ask yourself why in 2021, Teslas still do not come with an automatic way to clean off the cameras.

    Critical EventCritical Event6 күн мурун
  • Tesla is doing Well in safe reliable Cars but is not comprehending the enviromental impact that is doing with electric batteries ,Toyota has created a new Hidrogen fuel model do you think Tesla should change the batteries for Hidrogen tanks

    steel citysteel city6 күн мурун
  • god help us when more and more of these "self-driving" accidents-waiting-to-happen cars surround us each day

    spa.geddyspa.geddy6 күн мурун
  • Three things! First. The truck is not a semi! Bagatelle. Second. The truck is lying with the flat roof turned in the direction of the Tesla, but in an angel reflecting the radar signals away from the Tesla! The truck is invisible for the Tesla's radar in this position! Third. And in addition too that, the vision system does not recognise the object in the street as an obstruction. It hasn't learned that this white area the radar didn't see is an obstruction. And it hadn't learned to stop for this problem setting! The Tesla tought the white area was far away, or an opening, because the radar didn't pick up something!

    olekdaholekdah6 күн мурун
  • 4:40 lol?

  • Your analysis is pretty much dead on. The only exception to that is that Ladar would not have made any difference. Ladar uses visible light, one pin-hole at a time. it is expensive, slow and useless.

    Surfer DudeSurfer Dude6 күн мурун
  • Cuz the autopilot fall asleep.

    iamatthewiamatthew6 күн мурун
  • was that tesla driver completely stupid? at what point did he see the truck getting closer and was just like na this is fine

    Cameron swanCameron swan6 күн мурун
  • Dislike because you actually didn't figure out why it happened... Other than that this was a very interesting video.

    Chris kopelChris kopel6 күн мурун
  • New title “ figuring out why this driver didn’t do his part”

    Dominick WelchDominick Welch6 күн мурун
  • Auto pilot interpreted the truck as a tunnel the Coyote painted on the wall for the Road Runner.

    Light MechanicLight Mechanic6 күн мурун
  • The driver is still at fault. When in autopilot, you still have to be alert and keep your hand on the wheel. If that Moron actually was paying attention, he could have seen the semi and at least slowed down and try to swerve around the semi.

    Ryan McCafferyRyan McCaffery6 күн мурун
  • omg i nearly died for a brief second.. doughnut media, so we will teach you what machine learning is!

    Dan PopDan Pop7 күн мурун
  • There is an uneven shadow on the front of the car. Is the Tesla damaged before the crash? Was its radar damaged?

    Colin MiddletonColin Middleton7 күн мурун
  • The MAIN problem about self driving cars is, many people love to DRIVE, taking that away from people who don't enjoy it isn't a problem but it pisses me off when tptb don't take any consideration of people's passions, AHoles imo thinking they know what's best for us, how dare they.

    jay morrisjay morris7 күн мурун
  • Radar can actually match or exceed the capabilities of Lidar with higher frequencies, faster sampling and super-resolution techniques. At this point in time, I actually agree with Elon Musk. Lidar is not yet as mature as Radar technology, so much more evidence exists for the efficacy of Radar. Sure, millimetric-wave high resolution radar systems are pretty expensive to implement, but from a technical standpoint Musk is right to prefer radar in my opinion

    Kierran PurdenKierran Purden7 күн мурун
  • 4:06 “radio waves have long wavelengths”... radio waves have very short wavelengths (when compared to ultrasonic at least). Higher frequency = shorter wavelength

    Kierran PurdenKierran Purden7 күн мурун
    • @TheFruitDragon "radar uses shorter electromagnetic wavelengths compared to light"... No, light has a much shorter wavelength than radio waves. Light is at the upper end of the electromagnetic spectrum, therefore having higher frequencies. As I said, higher frequency = shorter wavelength

      Kierran PurdenKierran PurdenКүн мурун
    • radar uses shorter electromagnetic wavelengths compared to light. which in turn means more viewing distance in fog,snow or rain. german automotive supplier hella is working on infrared camera systems for improved object detection in those conditions.

      TheFruitDragonTheFruitDragon6 күн мурун
  • The interesting thing about automated driving is it should make insurance almost not necessary, if we perfect self driving vehicles, no accidents equals no reason to pay for insurance.

    dusty bowmandusty bowman7 күн мурун
  • That crash was unavoidable, this is why Semi trucks should have separate road ways.

    dusty bowmandusty bowman7 күн мурун
    • @Kenn Telesford I have the idea of underground roadways, for trucks

      dusty bowmandusty bowman6 күн мурун
    • Ehhh

      Kenn TelesfordKenn Telesford6 күн мурун
  • I almost hit an overturn truck on highway exactly like this tesla footage but it was dark and the dirty underside of the truck was facing my way. My brain combined it with the color of the tarmac and it all looked normal ^_^

    Stef AdStef Ad7 күн мурун
  • 12 minute video for the answer to be i dont know

    FalconZzFalconZz7 күн мурун
  • Those "Are you a robot?" tests that involve cursive and handwritten letters/numbers also help train software that scans old documents. Your Adobe software may use this to convert a scanned image from something like an 18th century journal into a searchable PDF.

    BR HarrisBR Harris7 күн мурун
  • Props to the UCLA, idk what would happen if they lost him

    Thecarboi GT-RThecarboi GT-R7 күн мурун
  • You're misusing the word further, use farther when describing distance.

    tim goodselltim goodsell7 күн мурун
  • The answer: 11:20

    Richie BendallRichie Bendall7 күн мурун
  • What I saw someone else say, and makes sense, is that the driver probably wasn’t paying enough attention, but was paying some, and felt the Tesla do something when it got near the pedestrian a little before the truck (either brake or swerve slightly) and he instinctively tapped on the breaks to take control because he wasn’t really sure what was going on, but wasn’t paying enough attention between that moment and the 1 second later when he crashed so didn’t have time to react. The support for this is the way it kicked up dust when he passed the pedestrian ad that indicates something happened, whether it be the Tesla that caused it or him, but this seems like the most likely answer to me. Could definitely not be the case, but that seems like one way he could have thought he had autopilot on when he in fact did not, and he wasn’t paying attention enough to stop it himself. Come to think of it the car could have even been stopping upon seeing the overturned truck when he took control, hard to say. It could also definitely be machine error and the Tesla is at fault, but this seems more likely from the video and the fact that I’m sure Tesla has some failsafe built in that if there is a thing in the way, you stop.

    DouglasDouglas7 күн мурун
  • 9:09 is that a hot wheels Tesla

    TechGamingTechGaming7 күн мурун
  • Sleeper woke up in hospital, “ what’s this room?”

    Isaac StoneIsaac Stone7 күн мурун