The YouTube user discusses upcoming events, including AI Day, and discusses difficulties in balancing work and personal life. She also discusses upcoming videos, including a one-year review of the Model Y and a six-month review of the Model X.
00:00:00 The YouTube user discusses upcoming events, including AI Day, and discusses difficulties in balancing work and personal life. She also discusses upcoming videos, including a one-year review of the Model Y and a six-month review of the Model X.
00:05:00 This YouTube video is a pre-Ai Day live chat where the wife of the creator asks if they are going to go and Stephanie says she should probably go. The event is from 5 P.M. to 11 P.M. and there is a lot of time. They signed a waiver. They don't know what they will be doing. They are mostly optimistic about full self-driving and AI, but remain realistic. There is doubt because of the huge problem of self-driving cars. But even if full self-driving is available, people would still need to use it in cities.
00:10:00 The author discusses the various advancements made in autonomous vehicles, including the arrival of new hardware, and the potential for improved camera positioning. While most people are excited about these developments, they note that there are still many questions remaining about the technology.
00:15:00 The host discusses some of the updates to Tesla's cars that will be available in the near future, including new computer positioning and camera positioning that will improve the AI capabilities of the cars. They also mention the possibility of a cyber truck being produced in the future.
00:20:00 The YouTube video discusses some of the updates that will be made to the upcoming Optimus robot, which include better mapping, less crashing, and more autonomous driving capabilities. The video also mentions that some of the updates may be difficult to implement, as they compete with other luxury brands in terms of features and price.
00:25:00 The presenter discusses some of the updates to the Tesla Model S since its launch, including the addition of a self-driving braking system and the increasing popularity of Amazon's Roomba robot vacuum cleaners. He predicts that Tesla's robot will be able to walk, something that is already being demonstrated in beta form, and that the company's doors will open much earlier than he anticipated.
00:30:00 The host of the video discusses the progress of the FSD project and offers suggestions on how to make it even better. They also mention that Tesla is doing well and the company should allow beta testing for the product soon.
00:35:00 The creator of the Pre-Ai channel discusses upcoming changes to the channel, and answering questions from viewers.