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Old 11 June 2018, 03:36 PM
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California is one of at least five states that now allows self-driving cars to be on the road without a safety driver, if they have a system in place for a human to take over remotely.
Oh, good $*#@$#!

This is clearly another example of how this whole self driving car thing is being rushed into normalcy without appropriate testing. How about we go through say, five or ten years of widespread testing with "safety" drivers, and poll those drivers constantly for situations where the car was confused, and then start implementing the remote systems.

By the way, why don't all the self driving cars now become "paralyzed" and ask the human in the car to take over, rather than just plowing into pedestrians and barricades?
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