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Elon Musk warns of cutbacks: Tesla is laying off 200 workers from its self-driving division | Spain | Mexico | Colombia | technology

TeslaElon Musk, the car company, has laid off 200 employees from its self-driving division. The reduction comes after the company’s CEO previously announced that 10% of workers would be fired due to a “very bad feeling” due to “excess employees”.

according to And the Most of these 200 workers have temporary contracts, paid by the hour, and we were at the Tesla facility in San Mateo, California. These employees They were responsible for manual marking of the dataA human review is essential to training artificial intelligence. That is, an essential function of a product such as the autopilot of Tesla vehicles.

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Workers Browse photos taken by vehicles on the go. In this way, they manually identified important aspects of the visual material, such as traffic lights, for example. Thanks to this data, the AI ​​is trained to recognize it. The plant in San Mateo had 350 employees, but after layoffs, The rest will be transferred to the company’s other facilities.

Elon Musk He had previously noted, in an email reported by Reuters, that He had a bad feeling about the future of the economy. For this reason, added to the fact that he also indicated a surplus of personnel, It will end up laying off 10% of Tesla’s employees, roughly 10,000 workers. Likewise, he has “asked” his employees to go back to work in person or send in their resignations.

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musk He has previously expressed his concerns about a possible economic recession in the near future. “Elon Musk has a unique and enlightened view of the global economy. We think a message from him will have a lot of credibilityAdam Jones, an analyst at the US multinational Morgan Stanley Financial, said at the time.

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Until 2021, this has been reported Tesla had 100,000 employees in all of its factories around the world. However, due to seeing the future with bad economy Elon Muskmany could end up unemployed within a few months.