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Tesla is looking for more people to test its new Autopilot hardware as part of its full self-driving system trials. According to Electrek, company chief Elon Musk has sent another email to employees in an effort to find a few hundred more internal participants for the system's beta testing period. It's part of the company's preparations for the launch of Hardware 3, which is a neural network computer the automaker designed to give its cars full self-driving capabilities. Musk first issued a call for testers back in September, asking for between 100 and 200 volunteers to step forward and join the internal testing program. It's not entirely clear if he's only offering to equip newly purchased Teslas with a full-fledged autonomous system at no cost, since Electrek says the company will retrofit participants' cars with the new hardware.