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Uber Claims Humans ‘Bully’ Its Self-Driving Cars

Uber claims that its self-driving cars are being “bullied” by pedestrians and drivers who are “testing the boundaries” of the vehicles. The ride-sharing company says that people have been captured on camera giving the cars rude gestures and uttering rude remarks.

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MIT Research Casts Doubt on Uber’s Self-Driving Car Plans

Ride-sharing companies such as Uber and Lyft have been betting that self-driving cars will make the companies profitable, but recent research from MIT claims that self-driving car operating costs may be even higher than personal car ownership.

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Consumer Reports, Industry Experts Dismiss Tesla’s ‘Self-Driving’ Claims

Consumer Reports and the Partners for Automated Vehicles Education coalition (PAVE) have both taken issue with Elon Musk’s claims about the self-driving ability of Tesla vehicles. Both organizations strongly disagree with Elon Musk, who claimed it would be “crazy” to buy any car but a Tesla.

Tesla to show self-driving car progress to investors

30 Companies Operating Self-Driving Cars on California Roads

There are now 30 companies testing 202 self-driving cars on California’s public roads, following a decision by the California Department of Motor Vehicles to license Apple Inc. to begin testing 3 self-driving sport utility vehicles (SUVs).

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BlackBerry Partners with Ford to Create #1 Self-Driving Software

After BlackBerry’s stock price fell from $230 in 2007 to $6 in early March, the company’s new strategy — dumping its hardware business and reinventing itself as the leading security software provider for self-driving vehicles — began to pay off handsomely.

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Uber Suspends Self-Driving Car Program After Arizona Crash

Uber Technologies Inc suspended its pilot program for driverless cars on Saturday after a vehicle equipped with the nascent technology crashed on an Arizona roadway, the ride-hailing company and local police said.

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Tech Roadmap: From the Age of Obama to the Age of Trump

Tech innovation is set to move from the Age of Obama, which focused on the needs of high-density urban residents, to the Age of Trump, which will focus on the needs of lower-density suburban residents.

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Obama Administration Releases Self-Driving Car Guidelines

On Monday, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) released its Federal Automated Vehicles policy Monday, detailing its 15-point Safety Assessment and guidelines, which were created to help manufacturers meet safety requirements and prepare the public for driverless cars on the roads.

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