Elon Musk Agrees that Tesla is Labeling More Images Per Week than Other Projects
As per the tweets, it claims that Elon replies to one of the tweets posted by @jonastsla regarding Tesla’s AI Training Sets. According to James Douma from the video, he claims they have heard varying estimates of how long the clips are, ranging from 30 seconds to 60 seconds, but that if they’re 30 seconds, that’ll be 1.5 billion images. So, to gradually adopt this one, they added a variety of features to the training set, which may be larger than any other labeled vision training set ever assembled. You can check the whole conversation by clicking this Link.
Moreover, he continued, that they proceeded to add up to 1.5 billion photos for that small change to a feature. As a reply Elon stated that Their video clips are typically less than 30 seconds long, but James’ overall statement is correct. Tesla is likely categorizing more images per week than any other project ever undertaken, and their labeling pace is increasing exponentially.
As per the sources, Elon Musk has announced that the company’s second AI Day will take place on August 19, 2022. Indeed, the date is the same as the previous year. Musk stated that the event will include many exciting announcements, including a sneak peek at Tesla’s future robot, the Tesla Bot. Tesla’s AI Day is less of a news event and more of a technical playground aimed at luring AI experts to join the company. Even yet, there was some noteworthy news at last year’s gathering.