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NTSB: Self-driving Uber involved in deadly crash had software flaws

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NTSB: Self-driving Uber involved in deadly crash had software flaws

NTSB: Self-driving Uber involved in deadly crash had software flaws

A report states that the Uber was not programmed to detect jaywalking pedestrians.

THE RED CROSS IS HELPING PEOPLEFIND A PLACE TO GO THIS MORNING.Kaley: NEARLY TWO YEARS AFTER ASELF DRIVING UBER CRASH KILLED AWOMAN IN TEMPE, THE NTSBREVEALING IT HAD SOFTWARE FLAWS.IT HIT HER IN MARCH OF 2018 ASSHE WAS WALKING A BICYCLE ACROSSTHE STREET.THE NTSB JUST RELEASING A REPORTSAYING THE SELF DRIVING CAR WASNOT PROGRAMMED TO SPOTJAYWALKING PEDESTRI




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