From the Wall Street Journal this morning: "As Automatic Braking Becomes More Common in Cars, So Do Driver Complaints" (link below but behind paywall).
The gist of the article is that the "phantom braking" issues that we see occasionally on the Model 3 are a common flaw of AEB systems from all manufacturers. They note that the "National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has fielded more than 400 individual complaints in the last three years from drivers of vehicles made by Nissan Motor Co. , Volkswagen AG , Honda Motor Co. and other major car manufacturers flagging auto-braking problems, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of the agency’s public database... Most are from drivers saying they have had trouble with the automatic brakes deploying suddenly when there is no evidence of danger—at highway speeds."
They note that 44% of all new cars sold in 2018 had AEB systems. "Calibrating the car’s detection software to be discerning enough to identify hazards but filter everything else out is a challenge, said Wayne Powell, vice president of electronic systems at Toyota Motor Corp. ’s North America division. “Getting it to not put on the brakes when it shouldn’t is a very, very hard problem,” Mr. Powell said."
Unlike any of the other auto companies mentioned here, however, Tesla's software is updated OTA to address this issue. For all the Nissan, VW, Toyota, Honda, etc. customers referenced in the article, the only option is to head into the dealership when a software update is available (as the poor lady who "was in tears" after her Nissan Rogue suddenly stopped on the freeway for no reason).