Tesla’s autopilot hit a child 3 times in a row in a dummies test. Scientists sound the alarm

A team of scientists from The Dawn Project tested the Tesla Model 3 autopilot to detect stationary dummies on the road.

The autopilot hit a child-sized dummy three times at an average speed of 40 km/h. The car did not slow down in front of obstacles.

The experiment was carried out under controlled conditions at the Willow Springs International race track in California.

The Dawn Project believes Tesla’s Autopilot should not be used on normal roads.

The Dawn Project has launched an ad campaign in the US to draw attention to safety concerns about Tesla’s Autopilot. [DailyMail]

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