Former Tesla technician Lukasz Krupski says software is dangerous and should not be used on public roads

A former Tesla employee has come forward with allegations that the company’s Autopilot software is not ready for public use. Lukasz Krupski, a former Tesla service technician, said in an interview with BBC News that the software is dangerous and should not be used on public roads.

Krupski said that he was concerned about the way the software was being developed and used. He said that the software was not being properly tested and that it was being rolled out to customers too quickly.

Krupski also said that the software was not being properly monitored by Tesla. He said that there were many instances of Autopilot-equipped cars crashing into objects or other vehicles.

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Krupski’s allegations contradict Elon Musk’s claims about Autopilot. Musk has repeatedly said that Autopilot is the “best in the world” and that it is capable of driving itself on public roads.

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Krupski is not the first Tesla employee to raise concerns about Autopilot. In 2021, a group of Tesla employees filed a lawsuit alleging that the company was misleading customers about the capabilities of Autopilot.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is currently investigating a series of crashes involving Autopilot-equipped Tesla vehicles. The agency is looking into whether the software is to blame for the crashes.

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