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At least that’s what its drivers are told.
How will self-driving cars affect workers? A Q&A with Carnegie Mellon’s Center for the Future of Work
The key question for Pittsburgh researchers: How does technology benefit all of us?
“The self-driving industry, lawmakers, and civic organizations need to work together to educate and inform the public about self-driving vehicles.”
But don’t expect to see a draft just yet.
Our weather sucks.
Don’t expect it to be a setback, experts say.
The city and Uber said they’ll stay committed “to keep lines of communication open” about traffic incidents involving self-driving cars.
The company couldn’t say Saturday when testing would resume.
State lawmakers listened to more than three hours of testimony this morning. We wrote this so you don’t have to.
“Usual aggressive [human] drivers” have made us wary of law-abiding self-driving cars.
Have YOU been in a self-driving car?
Good, bad, neutral: The advocacy organization is taking it all into consideration.