Self driving cars are liable for their own mistakes, according to NHTSA

The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) made a groundbreaking announcement last week that will help determine the currently uncertain regulatory future of driverless cars. Paul Hemmersbaugh, NHTSA's chief counsel, wrote that the "NHTSA will interpret driver in the context ...

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