Tesla Cybertruck Police Car Coming from Oracle
Oracle CloudWorld 2023, hosted by Oracle’s co-founder and CTO Larry Ellison, offered a glimpse into the potential future of law enforcement vehicles, specifically mentioning Tesla’s Cybertruck.
The event primarily aimed at discussing Oracle’s advancements in AI and cloud computing. However, the highlight for many was Ellison’s comments on the Cybertruck’s potential role in policing.
“Complete self-driving cars from Tesla are coming soon,” Ellison stated during the event. While he did not elaborate further, the implication was clear: Tesla’s advancements in self-driving technology could soon find applications in law enforcement, possibly making the Cybertruck a future staple in police fleets.
The Cybertruck is “incredible” said Ellison, noting he knows too much about it. He called Cybertruck very safe and very fast. No screen or cameras needed to be added as the Cybertruck already supports the hardware for Oracle applications.
Ellison detailed the features that make the Cybertruck a suitable candidate for police work. “The Cybertruck’s durability and off-road capabilities make it an ideal choice for various law enforcement scenarios,” he said.
“AI is central to almost everything Oracle is doing,” Ellison emphasized. He revealed that Elon Musk’s new AI company, XAI, is utilizing Oracle Cloud for AI training. “AI is central to almost everything Oracle is doing,” Ellison stated, emphasizing the company’s focus on new application development.
The Cybertruck mention is at the 55-minute mark below: