The Model 3's "full self-driving" needed plenty of human interventions to protect us and everyone else on the road. Sometimes that meant tapping the brake to turn off the software, so that it wouldn't try to drive around a car in front of us. Other times we quickly jerked the wheel to avoid a crash. (Tesla tells drivers to pay constant attention to the road, and be prepared to act immediately.)
Read the linked article and watch the embedded video. If you're short on time, just watch the first ten seconds of it. The tech isn't there yet. It doesn't matter if it's Tesla, Apple or Ford.
And don't tell me, "but it's a beta". Because dying or getting hurt would be pretty final.