Accidents Involving Driverless Cars are Blamed On Humans. Could That Be To Protect Car Makers from Liability?

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Uber driverless car in Tempe, AZ was involved in a high-speed crash that is being blamed on another car driven by a human. Experimental ‘driverless’ cars still have people behind the wheel because they have to override the robot every .8 miles.  Every 100 to 200 miles, they have a potential for a $5000 accident or a traffic fatality. (Note: the first 2:20 minutes are advertisements.) -GEG

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