Uber backup driver charged with negligent homicide in self-driving accident


The car’s application detected Herzberg much more than five seconds before the crash but did not discover her as a pedestrian with a bicycle crossing the street absent from a crosswalk. However the NTSB report went into depth declaring that whilst the backup driver could have avoided the crash if they had been having to pay interest, it was “the past hyperlink in a very long chain of actions and decisions made by an group that unfortunately did not make protection the top precedence.” That involved Uber deactivating the Volvo SUV’s designed-in automatic crisis braking process, which put all force on the backup driver to intervene in a problem exactly where the self-driving rig failed.

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