Safety Would Take a Back Seat if Senate Passes Bill on Driverless Cars, Critics Say

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National Transportation Safety Board

Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board inspecting the Uber driverless test vehicle that in March killed a pedestrian in Tempe, Arizona, as she was walking her bike across a road.

By Myron Levin, FairWarning

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Myron Levin is editor of FairWarning.

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