Sunday, December 10, 2023

San Francisco police pull over driverless car

San Francisco police officers were faced with a new challenge after stopping an autonomous vehicle with no one inside.

Officers approached the car, operated by Cruise, because it had been driving without headlights.

In the incident, captured on film, an officer remarks that there “ain’t nobody in it,” before the car moves to what Cruise said was a safer location.

The company said the headlights issue was a result of human error.


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