Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is overwhelmed with his Tesla

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak doesn’t think much of certain software components in cars. At the Digital X congress in Cologne, he said on Tuesday that he had his problems with his Tesla. He has to press the touchscreen again and again until a simple command is executed, for example to set the radio. “Once I had to press 13 times before it worked.” He would prefer a real key. “We do things far too digitally.”

It’s also confusing when the digital operation of cars changes after updates and you have to relearn must. He used to drive a Mercedes and now he’s ordered one again, said the 72-year-old.

One topic of the congress in the cathedral city is artificial intelligence, i.e. adaptive computer programs that improve themselves. Wozniak is skeptical about the subject. “It’s not real intelligence, it’s not even like an ant’s brain.” Artificial intelligence is helpful in life, “but it shouldn’t be presented as the only solution.”

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