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Tesla launches its Full Self-Driving Beta to more drivers in the United States

Tesla has recently expanded the rollout of its Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta software to more drivers in the United States. The FSD Beta software is designed to enable Tesla’s vehicles to navigate on their own without the need for human intervention.

The FSD Beta software is currently available to a limited number of Tesla drivers who have been selected by the company to participate in the testing program. However, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has stated that he plans to expand the program to more drivers in the future.

The FSD Beta software has faced criticism from some experts who argue that it may not be safe for Tesla’s vehicles to operate without human intervention. However, Musk has defended the technology and has stated that he believes it has the potential to revolutionize the way people travel.

It’s worth noting that Tesla’s FSD Beta software is not yet fully autonomous and still requires drivers to pay attention and be ready to take control of the vehicle if necessary. Additionally, the software is currently only available in the United States and is subject to certain restrictions and regulations.

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