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When Elon Musk announced last fall that all of Tesla’s cars would be capable of “full autonomy,” engineers who were working on the suite of self-driving features, known as Autopilot, did not believe the system was ready to safely control a car, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The WSJ report sheds more light on the tension that exists between the Autopilot team and Musk. CNN previously reported in July that Musk “brushed aside certain concerns as negligible compared to Autopilot’s overall lifesaving potential,” and that employees who worked on Autopilot “struggled” to make the same reconciliation.

A major cause of this conflict has apparently been the way…

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