It's been a wild week in the world of Tesla news. Axa Insurance created its version of a Tesla battery fire--batteries not included. It was a spectacular show of fakery with the goal of proving EV batteries catch on fire. Axa later apologized after getting busted for their misleading 'test.'
In other news, a new study by Vanarama says that your Tesla will be smarter than you by 2033. It's a fascinating study that takes us into the world of Tesla's D1 chips and AI architecture. In a nutshell, by the time it takes you to read this article, Tesla's microchips will have completed at least 7.6 quadrillion operations each.
Last but not least, the labor board deemed Tesla a villain for making employees wear uniforms. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) said that Tesla didn't allow its employees to wear pro-union merch and ruled that Tesla broke labor laws. Apparently, requiring production workers to wear the company uniform which is for safety reasons violates labor laws. Who knew?