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GM Cruise gets permit to test robot cars without human backup

GM Cruise gets permit to test robot cars without human backup

General Motors’ Cruise autonomous vehicle unit says it will pull the human backup drivers from its vehicles in San Francisco by 2020 end. The company got a permit from California’s Department of Motor Vehicles to let the cars travel on their own. This move follows Waymo’s announcement to open its autonomous ride-hailing service to the public in the Phoenix area in vehicles without human drivers.

Levine
Levine
Rocky
Rocky 2 days

Now who gets charges when they kill people? Quite possibly the worst idea ever. Now we will have 1ton+ internet controllable terrorist.death machines scattered randomly in our cities. Teams have already demonstrated how these vehicles can be remotely controlled from anywhere on the planet. I can't see how this could end badly at all /s.

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