Self-driving cars have come a long way from being a sci-fi fantasy, with the likes of Google, Uber and Tesla all establishing a stake in the race to bring them to the road. But as autonomous vehicles have become more commonplace, so has criticism around a lack of safety in the technology. Uber, Google and Tesla have all exhibited elements of ‘recklessness’ in their development of autonomous vehicles, as shown by the slew of accidents that have recently occurred, according to Gizmodo. Scroll down for video An Uber SUV after hitting a woman on March 18, 2018, in Tempe, Ariz. A new report claims an Uber executive warned others of safety issues just five days before the crash took place Crashes involving self-driving cars have led to injuries and, in some cases, even death. And often, the autonomous vehicles escape the blame for the incident – instead, it has fallen on the human test drivers who were supposed to be watching the road. What’s more, it’s not clear how many autonomous driving accidents have actually occurred, though there have been several within the testing programs of each of the major stakeholders in the self-driving industry. As a result, much of… Read full this story
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