Context matters, Tesla autodrive is basically a glorified line follower program with object avoidance. As a programmer/automation guy I'm familiar with the concept and have written basic code for robots. In fact my Tucson hybrid has a fair highway only autodrive feature with auto braking/adaptive cruise control. However where AI/autodrive fails spectacularly is in real world predictive responses. For example, a deer jumps out of the ditch into the middle of our lane and we cannot brake in time. What is the correct response?, I know to brake hard until the last moment then turn towards the deer's tail because they seldom change direction. Even if the deer could turn 180 degrees I would probably be past it by the time it did. To my knowledge there is no autodrive or AI intelligent enough to make these kinds of predictive responses in the real world yet.