Uber's autonomous vehicle tests suspended following 'serious crash'

Carly Page

Car was in autonomous mode but wasn't to blame, suggest reports

Uber, the massively loss-making cab app, has suspended its self-driving car programme after one of its vehicles was involved in a serious crash. The accident saw one of Uber's autonomous cars collide...

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