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Las Vegas’ self driving bus only needed 2 hours to prove human drivers suck

The Next Web Thursday, 9 November 2017
Las Vegas’ self driving bus only needed 2 hours to prove human drivers suckIt’s been a mixed week for self-driving vehicles, after an autonomous bus in Los Vegas collided with a truck just two hours after it hit the streets. The vehicle didn’t crash due to a software error. Rather, it was rear-ended by a human-driven truck. Fortunately the damage wasn’t too severe, with a city official describing it as a “fender bender.” There are no reports of any injuries or fatalities as a result of the crash, and the truck driver was lucky enough to walk away with a ticket. Speaking to the BBC, Las Vegas public information officer Jace Radke said:…

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News video: School bus at scene of a crash near Commerce, Carey

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Chopper 13 was above a crash on Commerce, near Carey. A school bus can be seen surrounded by police vehicles at the scene of the crash.

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