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Tesla Autopilot Scores Lower than Audi, BMW Driver Assistance Systems
The European vehicle safety authority, Euro NCAP, has rated Audi, BMW and Mercedes driver assistance systems as “very good”, while Tesla’s system, known as Autopilot, has been rated as “moderate.” Tesla Autopilot ranked sixth of the ten systems and cars tested by Euro NCAP as the car doesn’t have a sophisticated driver monitoring system and disengages completely when a driver turns the wheel strongly. Audi Q8, BMW 3 Series and Mercedes GLE’s driver assistance systems got top mark “very good”, the Ford Kuga system was rated as “good”, while Tesla Model 3 Autopilot received a “moderate” grade. Driver assistance enable cars to automatically steer and brake to avoid collisions, accelerate and stay within their lanes on highways.The rating from Euro NCAP reflects how well a car is designed to protect the driver, passengers and pedestrians in a crash. Ratings from Euro NCAP can have an impact on consumer buying decisions as well as insurance premiums for different vehicles.

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European Central Bank to Launch Digital Euro
Tesla Autopilot Scores Lower than Audi, BMW Driver Assistance Systems

The European Central Bank has unveiled plans to launch a digital version of the Euro, according to the Bloomberg report. “The euro is fit for the digital age. We should be prepared to issue the digital euro, should the need arise,” President of the European Central Bank Christine Lagarde said. According to the ECB, the pilot will start on Oct. 12 and be held along with a public consultation. It is expected ECB will end the experiment in mid-2021after which they could decide on the digital euro issue. A Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) will allow residents of European countries to make deposits with the ECB directly. That’s typically only an option for commercial lenders, governments, and other central banks. As previously reported, the People’s Bank of China is about to issue its national digital currency, dubbed DCEP. The news comes amid China steadily accelerating the pace of its blockchain adoption.

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