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Álvaro Beltrán

Álvaro Beltrán

To Technology02/09/2015

Since 2009, Google cars have been in 16 crashes, mostly fender-benders, and in every single case, the company says, a human was at fault. This includes the rear-ender crash on Aug. 20. The Google car slowed for a pedestrian, then the Google employee manually applied the brakes. The car was hit from behind, sending the employee to the emergency room for mild whiplash.

Google’s Driverless Cars Run Into Problem: Cars With Drivers
Google’s Driverless Cars Run Into Problem: Cars With Drivers
www.nytimes.com The cars have been involved in a smattering of minor accidents because they observe traffic laws to the letter — and people...
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