Uber Blames Deadly Accident On Software

Uber Blames Deadly Accident On Software

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Uber Blames Deadly Accident On Software

Uber Blames Deadly Accident On Software
Uber Blames Deadly Accident On Software A software glitch was responsible for the accident that killed a pedestrian by one of Uber's self-driving cars in Tempe, Arizona in March, according to a report by technology website The Information."Uber has determined that the likely cause of a fatal collision involving one of its prototype self-driving cars was a problem with the software that decides how the car should react to objects it detects," the report wrote citing two people with knowledge about the matter.

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The accident occurred on March 18, Sunday at about 10 p.m on Sunday in the area of Curry Road and Mill Avenue. The woman, 49-year-old Elaine Herzberg, was crossing the street when she was hit by the car. She died at a hospital.

Following the incident in March, Uber temporarily stopped testing its self-driving cars across North America, including in San Francisco, Phoenix, Pittsburgh and Toronto.

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