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It's not just semantics: Why Tesla should stop using the term 'Autopilot'

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It's not just semantics: Why Tesla should stop using the term 'Autopilot'

It's easy for professionals to use technical terms, but considering the end user and choosing words that are readily understandable can make a big difference.

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