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Driverless cars are safer
Posted: 20 July 2015

Most car crashes are caused by human error. The first injury to a passenger in one of Google's driverless cars was caused by another driver that rear-ended them. According to Google, all the collisions involving their driverless cars during testing have been caused by careless, inattentive drivers of other cars.

But what happens when the computer makes a mistake and does hurt someone? Who will be responsible, Google, the car manufacturer, or the person in the car? That's still going to be a problem in the future, as this MindBullet suggests.

Google's autonomous car injuries: Blame the human
20 July 2015
The first injury linked to Google's autonomous vehicle testing has been reported -- but what was to blame?
MindBullet logo CAR KILLS 20: WHO'S TO BLAME?
Court rules driver not responsible if car has on-board computer
Dateline: 12 September 2017
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