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Uber’s self-driving cars are already back on the road after Arizona crash

Look both ways if you’re crossing the street in San Francisco today. Uber has resumed testing its self-driving cars in the city after one of its vehicles was involved in a collision in Tempe, Arizona. The company had suspended its program after the crash, which follows a slew of bad PR for the ride-hailing company. Cars … Continue reading “Uber’s self-driving cars are already back on the road after Arizona crash”

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Look both ways if you’re crossing the street in San Francisco today. Uber has resumed testing its self-driving cars in the city after one of its vehicles was involved in a collision in Tempe, Arizona. The company had suspended its program after the crash, which follows a slew of bad PR for the ride-hailing company. Cars remain grounded in Pittsburgh and Arizona, but were expected to resume testing soon. Read more from Reuters here.

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