Uber's driverless cars return to public roads nine months after fatal crash


Uber said its autonomous vehicles returned to public roads on Thursday, nine months after one of its self-driving cars killed a pedestrian in Tempe, Ariz.

But Uber’s driverless vehicles are operating at drastically reduced speeds and in less challenging environments than before, the company said, as it eases back into testing and tries to ensure people’s safety. “We will continue to prioritize safety and proactively communicate our progress until we’ve built a self-driving system that lives up to the.....

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