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    Pneupex

    Very unfortunate incident. The development of secure software is still a long way to go

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    Cialischeap

    “Videos captured by the self-driving car make it “very clear it would have been difficult to avoid this collision in any kind of mode (self-driving or human driven) based on how (Herzberg) came from the shadows right into the roadway,” said Sylvia Moir, Tempe police chief, in an interview. One Mississippi, two Mississippi. “The driver said it was like a flash, the person walked out in front of them,” said Sylvia Moir, police chief in Tempe, Ariz., the location for the first pedestrian fatality involving a self-driving car. “His first alert to the collision was the sound of the collision.” One Mississippi, two Mississippi. “Traveling at 38 mph in a 35 mph zone on Sunday night, the Uber self-driving car made no attempt to brake, according to the Police Department’s preliminary investigation. Can somebody ask Sylvia Moir how long it took before the Uber self-driving car did begin to brake? The crash scene investigation should clearly show where the debris field begins, and where the car”s skid marks begin. Are we certain that Sylvia Moir works for the Tempe Police Department, and not for Uber?

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