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Google says one of its self-driving cars has been involved in an injury accident for the first time.
The problem is clear: Traffic congestion will become significantly worse and more widespread without big changes in how people and products get around.
The latest models of Google's self-driving cars are now cruising the streets near the Internet company's Silicon Valley headquarters as an ambitious project to transform the way people get around shifts into its next phase.
Imagine you are in charge of the switch on a trolley track.
Google is disclosing more details about the 12 accidents involving its self-driving cars so far as part of a commitment to provide monthly updates about the safety and performance of the vehicles.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin says he sees little reason to release the accident reports involving the Internet company's self-driving cars because he believes there's nothing new in documents withheld to protect the privacy ...
Hackers pose a real danger to self-driving vehicles, US experts are warning, and carmakers and insurers are starting to factor in the risk.
Engineers have known for some time that if cars could only "talk" to each other, they could avoid a lot of accidents.