An autonomous Uber vehicle was involved in a high-profile accident in Tempe, Arizona, over the weekend, prompting the company to pull its fleet of self-driving cars off the roads there and in its other testing regions in Pittsburgh and San Francisco. An Uber spokesperson told Mashable shortly after the news broke that the program was being paused while the company looked into the incident. 

Uber appears to be satisfied with little more than a quick investigation, as a company spokesperson told Reuters that the autonomous pilot program was back up and running in San Francisco as of Monday morning. The cars in Pittsburgh and Arizona are expected to be back on the road "soon."  Read more...

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Uber’s self-driving cars apparently back on the road in San Francisco 3 days after crash

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Uber’s self-driving car program has had a rough time of it lately, but the company isn’t going to let anything keep it off the road for long. 

An autonomous Uber vehicle was involved in a high-profile accident in Tempe, Arizona, over the weekend, prompting the company to pull its fleet of self-driving cars off the roads there and in its other testing regions in Pittsburgh and San Francisco. An Uber spokesperson told Mashable shortly after the news broke that the program was being paused while the company looked into the incident. 

Uber appears to be satisfied with little more than a quick investigation, as a company spokesperson told Reuters that the autonomous pilot program was back up and running in San Francisco as of Monday morning. The cars in Pittsburgh and Arizona are expected to be back on the road “soon.”  Read more…

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