Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been overstating the capabilities of the company’s advanced driver assist system, the company’s director of Autopilot software told the California Department of Motor Vehicles. The comments came from a memo released by legal transparency group PlainSite, which obtained the documents from a public records request.
It was the latest revelation about the widening gap between what Musk says publicly about Autopilot and what Autopilot can actually do. And it coincides with Tesla coming under increased scrutiny after a Tesla vehicle without anyone in the driver’s seat crashed in Texas, killing two men.
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On the jobs report, President Biden says, "Some critics said we didn't need the American Rescue Plan — that this economy would just heal itself. Today's report just underscores, in my view, how vital the actions we're taking are...We're still digging out of an economic collapse."— Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) May 7, 2021
Journalist surplus. That's the story.
If counterfactual you would have interpreted a strong payrolls report as evidence that labor demand was running ahead of labor supply stoking concern about a ‘labor shortage,’ then you shouldn’t also be in the business of seeing a weak payrolls report and yelling ‘labor shortage’— Justin Wolfers (@JustinWolfers) May 7, 2021
Bad number! It's a "moderate growth in normal times" not "recovery growth."
All the ghouls will be out blaming expanded UI, even though the labor force is growing faster than the number of jobs.
One of the most vocal is Giuliani's son Andrew, who worked in the Trump White House and told CNN,"The nut may crack in the next 36 hours." He called on Trump to "take the lead on this one," adding: "He can be the hero."Also everyone is casually like "yes, everyone knows things that can put Donald in jail, so perhaps he needs to make sure that doesn't happen" and it's just left hanging there.
"Once President Trump actually understands that his lead counsel was not indemnified, he's going to resolve this very quickly," Andrew Giuliani said on Wednesday.
Andrew Giuliani said his father was reimbursed for travel-related expenses incurred after the 2020 election, when he visited Arizona and other states to argue election fraud lawsuits in court. He said his father has not, however, been paid for legal services.