Girls, don’t understand cars at all. I drove a petrol car for a short time, which was annoying. I now want to change to a pure new energy vehicle and save my snacks. I can drive for a few more years with a budget of 260,000. That’s it. I love my country very much.
It is recommended to return the car. Since it needs to be easy to understand, I won’t talk about the complicated ones. In a word: Tesla doesn’t know what’s wrong with his car. A girl who doesn’t understand cars at all and feels annoying to drive a petrol car, then the situation is very clear, and she lacks the ability to tinker with the car. A petrol car can be annoying for a tram. Who said that a tram is more worry-free than a petrol car? A group of “understanding car emperors” are here to gossip and kill them and are unwilling to admit that Tesla has a problem, and it is also a “small probability event”. The Boeing 737max falling is also a small probability event. Isn’t it completely grounded? It is said that there is a small probability that Tesla will have a problem. Why don’t you take a few trips to the 737max to try? At any rate, Boeing 737max still has an airline to carry the pot for you, and if it falls down, there will be airlines arguing for you, so you don’t have to talk to Boeing yourself. Aviation safety management is also much stricter than that of a car running on the ground. The Civil Aviation Administration of China is even more unique. The strength of speech and execution are far better than those of the Market Supervision Bureau. If you don’t let you fly, would you dare to leave the ground? And you open a Tesla, are there any airlines to help you? Does the Market Supervision Bureau and the Civil Aviation Bureau make good use of it? Is the regulation of the automobile industry strict with civil aviation regulation? How can you compare with flying? Then you put a time bomb under your ass. What are you doing… I believe Tesla is not unwilling to solve the bugs in his car. If he is unwilling to solve it, he deliberately wants to leave a hidden danger to the car owner, then he is The conscience is completely broken. He also wants to solve the problem, but the problem is that it can’t be reproduced stably. He doesn’t know exactly where the problem is. It can even be said that the resources needed to solve this problem, including capital and manpower, are not cost-effective. So just go ahead. A girl who doesn’t understand cars and feels annoying to drive a petrol car. In all fairness, have you ever seen a girl who changed the triple filter and changed the oil on the lift to check the chassis? Isn’t it all about driving to the 4S shop, throwing away the keys, and going to the lounge to play with mobile phones. This is annoying. To be honest, I don’t think Tesla or other trams will annoy you. Trams can only make you more annoying. In any case, trams will use more software systems and more sophisticated computer hardware systems than petrol cars. Girls who can be annoying on petrol cars, you really have the confidence to understand these things. Then open it without worry? The following content may not be understood, but there is an analogy for a while: the working environment of the driving computer of the car is very bad. I am a person with a background in automation, and I still understand the working environment of industrial computers, although my professionalism has been lost for a long time. The stability of the car trip computer has always been difficult to do well, because the environment that this stuff faces is really a bit harsh, and it is destined that it is difficult for you to put in the car how complicated software is. But Tesla forcibly plugged in an extremely complex artificial intelligence software for his so-called “autopilot” function. It’s strange that there is no problem. The environment that cars face is complex and changeable. High temperatures, large temperature differences, and ubiquitous vibrations are all problems that have to be faced. Let’s compare the computer of an airplane. The computer working environment on an airplane is relatively simple. They are all in a pressure-resistant shell. The pressure and temperature have a dedicated environmental control system servo. Sometimes the vibration is larger but not as frequent as a car. Moreover, the flight computers of the aircraft have undergone very harsh or even harsh extreme environmental tests. Has Tesla done it? Even so, the flight computer does not dare to use an overly sophisticated process, but uses a more conservative process to ensure reliability. Reliability and computing power are a pair of contradictions. A computer with high reliability must have a much lower computing power than contemporary products. For example, “Chang’e” and “Jade Rabbit”, which only flew to the moon a few years ago, are stuck on the computers you use to dig mines and flip cards. Believe it or not? Then you said, can the computer that you use to eat chicken at home be placed on Yutu? No, your reliability is not up to it. You can’t believe the CPU of our previous military system. It’s horribly behind, it’s really stuck in the card. However, it is highly reliable, and the possibility of running errors is very low. It is practically like a brick. So Tesla’s car itself is a contradiction. The contradiction between high reliability and high computing power. I don’t think Tesla can really solve this contradiction. Musk is not a superman, and Tesla’s engineers are not all superman. He really needs to be able to have both high reliability and high performance. What kind of car does he build? He can go straight to Mars. To put it bluntly, Tesla’s computer software is a product of “dancing in shackles”. Reliability requirements do not allow Tesla’s trip computer to be loaded with too large and complex software systems. Guima always requires “strong artificial intelligence”. Tesla engineers are the mice in the bellows. What choice does he have? Either the software is rougher, or the reliability is rougher. I don’t think they really have a good balance. It’s very simple. The software can only “save if you can save”, and computer working environment control and reliability control can only “save if you can save”, irresponsible. Ha, they actually didn’t do a good job at both ends. The working conditions faced by the driving computer of the car are far more complex and many times more complicated than those faced by the flight computer. This is why the automatic driving of the aircraft had a prototype during the Second World War, and it was already in the 1970s. Very mature. And now the autonomous driving of cars has just begun, and it is still far away from maturity. The input parameters that the airplane’s flight computer needs to face are very simple. There are only a few limited data, such as airspeed, angle of attack, flight altitude, and atmospheric parameters. There is nothing else on his route. The working conditions of the car are much more complicated, and other traffic participants must be considered. It is not a matter of a few simple parameters. The artificial intelligence technology involved requires a huge software system, and a supervisory system is required to perform the intelligent system. Supervision requires a lot of online data collection and transmission, and also needs to consider the issue of man-machine interface. And all of this must be stuffed into the trip computer that will get stuck when flipping cards because of reliability requirements. Are you confused? Let’s make an analogy: Scene 1: You sit in an air-conditioned room with comfortable temperature and humidity and do addition and subtraction problems quickly; Scene 2: You are so hot in the sauna sun that you stare at the stars. Quickly solve partial differential equations. Which one do you think has a high probability of error? Tesla’s on-board computer is an artificial intelligence algorithm that is many times more complex than partial differential equations under the conditions of sauna weather, severe vibration, huge temperature difference, and poor heat dissipation. I don’t think it is a good thing to entrust life safety to this kind of thing.