“Autonomous vehicles are recording their surroundings continuously and have the potential to help with investigative leads,” an internal training document states.
The company says the cars are following the rules of the road.
A new federal rule will require car companies to report crashes that occur when the car is doing some of the driving.
A Waymo car struck a person on a scooter in San Francisco, but the company says it was being driven by a human at the time.
If self-driving cars are going to eventually be profitable taxis, they need to operate safely in dense areas. That means not killing pedestrians and cyclists.
This is what responsible self-driving car development looks like.
Autonomous driving engineer Anthony Levandowski was charged with stealing trade secrets for Uber, which sold its self-driving division last year.
There are some scary-ass faceless cars out there.
Self-driving cars need testing in the rain and snow, so why is everyone in the Bay Area?