Tesla has converted the last piece of Tesla FSD to AI neural networks. The last piece was vehicle control. The 300,000+ lines of C++ control code is now about 3000 lines of code to activate AI neural networks.
Elon Musk says Tesla AI/FSD progress is only compute constrained now and not engineer constrained.
Tesla is scaling up its Dojo and other AI training to 100 Exaflops by the end of 2024. This will put about 50 times more compute for FSD training.
Vehicle control is the final piece of the Tesla FSD AI puzzle. That will drop >300k lines of C++ control code by ~2 orders of magnitude.
It is training as I write this. Our progress is currently training compute constrained, not engineer constrained.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 1, 2023
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