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For the first time, Google's autonomous vehicles have been involved in an accident that hurt humans. Not surprisingly though, the autonomous car wasn't at fault - a distracted human driver was.
California officials have publicly released information regarding accidents involving Google's self-driving cars. The new report seemingly corroborates earlier data that Google had previously shared.
Several Chinese news sources are reporting on an explosion at a Foxconn plant in the Chinese city of Chengdu, Sichuan province. The accident appears to have been the result of a lightning strike that struck...
Last year distractions caused 5,474, or 16% of all fatal crashes, in the United States. Out of that total, 995 of those distractions were contributed directly with cell phone use. Cell phones were also responsible...
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Is the question on every news agency workers lips at this moment. :( An American Airlines Airbus a300 has crashed in the Queens borough of New York City. Port Authority officials say the...