The Uber crash won't be the last shocking self-driving death
Everyone working in the autonomous vehicle space said it was inevitable. In America — and in the rest of the world — cars kill people, around 40,000 in the U.S. and 1.25 million around the globe each year. High speeds, metal boxes. Self-driving cars would be better. But no one promised perfection. Eventually, they’d hurt someone.
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