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Tesla's Self-Driving Technology Could Change the Way We Drive

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, said on Wednesday that the company is "happy" to license its self-driving technology to other manufacturers.

Musk made the comments during an earnings call, where he also said that Tesla is in early talks with other automakers about licensing the technology.

"We've had some preliminary discussions about licensing Autopilot to other OEMs," Musk said. "We're more than happy to license that to other car companies."

Autopilot is Tesla's semi-autonomous driving system, which allows cars to drive themselves on highways under certain conditions. The system has been criticized for its safety, and Tesla has been under investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for a series of crashes involving Autopilot.

Despite the criticism, Musk has said that he believes Autopilot is "the safest car on the road." He has also said that Tesla is working on a fully autonomous driving system that will be available within the next few years.

If Tesla is able to successfully develop and license its self-driving technology, it could have a major impact on the automotive industry. Other automakers are also developing self-driving technology, but Tesla has a significant lead in the field.

By licensing its technology to other automakers, Tesla could accelerate the development of self-driving cars and make them more affordable for consumers. This could have a major impact on the way people travel, and could lead to a significant reduction in traffic accidents.

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