GM's recall nightmare speaks to the risk of autonomous vehicles

GM's recent troubles continue, as it has recently recalled an additional 8.45 million vehicles due to faulty ignition switches, which so far have been linked to at least 13 deaths. The full tally of recalled vehicles stands at approximately 29 million in North America just this year. This equates...

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