Uber neglected simulation testing for self-driving vehicles
Uber (UBER) neglected simulation testing on its autonomous vehicles, according to The Information sources.
Uber engineers struggled to thoroughly test the self-driving vehicle software in simulations partly due to a lack of investment.
The company’s program came under scrutiny following a fatal pedestrian accident. According to a preliminary NTSB report, the computer control mode disabled the car’s automatic braking feature.
hen a self-driving auto model worked by Uber lethally struck a person on foot in Tempe, Ariz., in March, Uber immediately distinguished the conceivable reason in programming that made the vehicle overlook certain items that its sensors identified. In any case, a further acknowledgment occurred to a few administrators and individuals from the group: The race to build up a business self-driving vehicle had driven Uber to de-underline PC reenactment tests that endeavor to envision how self-governing vehicles would respond in a huge number of driving situations.
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