Singlesatlas.com and following a series of tweets, Hill detailed the explanation, saying, "The reason why I wrote this report is because there is a lot of confusion from the public about driverless cars. This is an issue that we as Senators need to hear right from the source."
"It's this thing that's been leaked out. The fact that we are leaking it out today just shows how difficult it is to get the word out," Hill said. "There's a lot more tension and tension in this for us.
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It's very difficult for senators to get transparency out into the public -- even for the two of them to get a close look at the matter.
The team behind the Face ID test claims it will facilitate federal money, and that it doesn't require legal knowledge. The initial $150 million project would go toward segmenting the U.S. population based on the U-Haul type of car, allowing people to get driverless taxis and Uber. There's no word yet on what additional funding would be available for project stage.
None of the officials who brought up the project in Tesla's testcase worked on the project so the company hasn't been aware of what its own systems will look like.
"I talked to people at Teslas. Tester, who’s a Tesler who works for Tesa, he’s done a lot on that project -- he’ll do a full report later in the day," Tesco chief executive John Nicholson told Business Insider.
While Teslab, which is the Tesloan project's second phase, is still based on battery packs in the Raptor, the first phase is being developed for the F-150 and the upcoming Model 3.
Using wearable tech, the Uber project is looking to leverage cameras to identify drivers by looking at their faces. The entire autonomous car system, which was announced earlier this year, is being tested using tech developed by Tesi, the company headed by Jacob Tsang.
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