Uber: 'Aggressive' drivers are bullying our self-driving cars

Nicholas Fearn
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Uber recently re-started testing driverless cars following an accident in which one person was killed

"Aggressive" drivers and pedestrians are bullying self-driving vehicles, according to Uber advanced technologies group head Eric Meyhofer. The company has even recorded people hurling abuse at its ...

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