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Waymo pauses testing fearing US election unrest

04/11/2020

As the American election results unfold, Google’s self-driving division Waymo has pulled its cars from the streets fearing “unrest” in the coming days. According to The Verge, Waymo is “temporarily pausing” its autonomous vehicles tests in San Francisco for two days, starting Tuesday, November 3. The company...
As the American election results unfold, Google’s self-driving division Waymo has pulled its cars from the streets fearing “unrest” in the coming days. According to The Verge, Waymo is “temporarily pausing” its autonomous vehicles tests in San Francisco for two days, starting Tuesday, November 3. The company has moved its fleet to Mountain View to be stored at a “secured location.” Trasndev, the company that operates the fleet, shared the news in an email seen by The Verge. [Read: 4 ridiculously easy ways you can be more eco-friendly] The decision was taken “out of an abundance of caution ahead of… This story continues at The Next Web As the American election results unfold, Google’s self-driving division Waymo has pulled its cars from the streets fearing “unrest” in the coming days. According to The Verge, Waymo is “temporarily pausing” its autonomous vehicles tests in San Francisco for two days, starting Tuesday, November 3. The company has moved its fleet to Mountain View to be stored at a “secured location.” Trasndev, the company that operates the fleet, shared the news in an email seen by The Verge. [Read: 4 ridiculously easy ways you can be more eco-friendly] The decision was taken “out of an abundance of caution ahead of… This story continues at The Next Web
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