Autonomous vehicles: Let’s try that again
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Thanks to Silicon Valley hubris, our first attempt at making autonomous vehicles safe hasn’t worked out. The industry is now shifting gears. The new strategy—safety first—is going to be harder, longer and turn out differently than we thought.
Leonardo Yorka for Quartz
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