Will Uber’s Fatal Self-Driving Car Accident Prove to Be a Setback for the Autonomous Vehicle Industry?

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Ambrose O’Callaghan | March 21, 2018 | More on: BB MGA BB MG
On the evening of March 18, a female pedestrian was struck and killed by an autonomous Uber vehicle in Arizona. Uber responded by announcing that it would pull all of its self-driving vehicles from public roads in Arizona as well as the cities of Pittsburgh, San Francisco, and Toronto. This marks the first known fatality from a self-driving vehicle. Tempe, Arizona, police Chief Sylvia Moir said in an interview that it appeared the Ube…

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