- Tesla Inc's Chief Executive Officer, Elon Musk, has reportedly changed his position with regard to an earlier statement he made about the company's electric cars
- He is reported to have earlier stated that the company's cars could drive themselves before the year 2019 ends
- In a recent statement, he said the company has come quite close to achieving the objective
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The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Tesla Inc, Elon Musk, has reportedly contradicted himself with regard to the ability of cars produced by his company to drive themselves.
Information available suggests that Musk stated that the electric cars could move without human assistance by the end of 2019.
On Wednesday, January 29, 2020, Musk said the company has come “pretty close” to achieving the aim.
Per a businessinsider.com report, Musk however went on to say that the vehicles could have some issues after their release.
In a recent statement however, he indicated that the model could be ready in a few months.
In other news, Facebook Inc is set to pay over $500 million or GHc5,510,424,000 in a bid to settle a class action lawsuit, YEN.com.gh has learnt.
Information available shows that the move is an attempt to deal with accusations of a systematic violation of an Illinois consumer privacy law.
Per a report by techcrunch.com, the amount forms a small fraction of the maximum amount of $35 billion Facebook could have paid.
The class members, primarily based in Illinois, are people who used Facebook between mid-2011 to mid-2015.
It is believed that they may expect to receive about $200 each but this depends on a number of factors.
As part of the settlement, Facebook would in future require permission before it obtains consent for purposes such as face analysis for automatic tagging.
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