I don't... and TBH, I have some serious doubts about it going where Elon claims it will go, at least with the sensors it has now and the road processes we have in place. I don't think it'll ever get to the point where driver intervention is not required.
I live in SLC, and there's a stretch of freeway about 15 miles to the South that's been under construction for as long as I can remember. There are lanes that are rerouted for new construction and the old lane markers are still there. They are faded, but damn, half the time I can't even figure out where I'm supposed to be on the road. I just can't see a computer figuring it out, even in the summer, let alone in the snow with salt all over all the sensors.
Maybe it'll be close, but there's just so many situations where even a person has a hard time figuring out what the best path forward should be.
Some discussion from a few days ago: