Cops pull over driverless taxi in San Francisco, hilarity ensues – Business Insider April 11, 2022

I saw this recently on Business Insider – Cops pull over driverless taxi in San Francisco, hilarity ensues: https://www.businessinsider.com/cruise-driverless-taxi-police-san-francisco-traffic-stop-video-2022-4. Longer article.

Tim Levin April 11, 2022

The idea that masses of autonomous vehicles could someday shuttle passengers through city streets and down US highways raises some big questions: Will a computer ever be able to match the safety and intuition of a human driver? Will we need to rethink how streets are designed? Does society need this technology in the first place? 

Then there are all the nitty gritty details that need ironing out. For instance: what happens when a driverless car gets pulled over?

An incident earlier this month involving the San Francisco Police Department and a driverless taxi from the startup Cruise sheds some light on that particular question. Fortunately, someone captured the awkward and somewhat hilarious moment on video and posted it to Instagram

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5 Responses to Cops pull over driverless taxi in San Francisco, hilarity ensues – Business Insider April 11, 2022

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    Kind of awkward, hilarious and scary at the same time!

    Liked by 1 person

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