Uber self-driving vehicle accident that killed pedestrian blamed on software flaws

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Uber's autonomous vehicles behind 37 crashes in the previous 18 months

The crash last year by one of Uber's self-driving test vehicles that killed a pedestrian has been blamed on software flaws by investigators in the US. And the accident in Arizona was not a one-o...

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