Summary Musk’s latest tweets indicate, contrary to prior claims, the Autopilot data is not statistically relevant. Musk’s tweets attempt to redefine beta and support our contention the product may be alpha or even pre alpha. Empirical data suggests Autopilot is much less safe than not having Autopilot and we challenge Mr. Musk to present comparative […]Read more "Smitten Tesla Owners Do Not Realize They Are Lab Rats For The Company’s Autonomous Technology"
In an SEC filing just three days after the fatal accident. Apparently, a crash related to Tesla’s autopilot feature was material, before it wasn’t. On Tuesday, Fortune reported that Elon Musk and Tesla Motors TSLA 0.45% may have withheld a material fact from shareholders when it failed to disclose that a driver had died using […]Read more "The Case for the SEC Investigation on Tesla"
The US Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating Tesla for a possible securities-law violation, according to the Wall Street Journal. The inquiry — at its early stages — is in connection to Tesla’s failure to disclose a fatal crash involving one of the company’s Autopilot-equipped cars to investors, the newspaper said, citing a person familiar with the matter. “Tesla […]Read more "Report: SEC is investigating Tesla for possible violation of securities law"
For the third time in two weeks, a Tesla electric vehicle has crashed with the driver telling authorities that the car’s Autopilot self-driving system was engaged at the time. Also on Monday, The Wall Street Journal reported that the Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating whether Tesla violated securities law by failing to disclose more quickly a fatal accident in Florida […]Read more "Third Tesla crashes amid report of SEC probe"