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National Transportation Safety Board je došao do zaključka, da je incident u kojem je stradala žena koja je prelazila cestu gdje nije pješački prelaz, i bila je pod uticajem opojnih stredstava, uzrokovao Uber koji je onemogućio sistem za hitno kočenje ja automobilu koji je vozio samostalno -

- kako kažu, autonomno. To kaže njihov preliminarni izvještaj! Dakle, okrivljavati Volvo i njihov sistem je, naravno, bilo prejudiciranje bez mozga. Možda i sa namjerom da se nanese šteta ugledu brenda. U prilog ovome ide činjenica da je Volvoov sistem registrovao pješaka kao prepreku na putu šest sekunda prije incidenta!! 

Uber had disabled an emergency braking system in a self-driving vehicle that struck and killed a woman in Arizona in March after failing to identify the pedestrian, the National Transportation Safety Board said in a preliminary report released on Thursday. The report said the modified 2017 Volvo XC90's radar systems observed the pedestrian six seconds before impact but "the self-driving system software classified the pedestrian as an unknown object, as a vehicle, and then as a bicycle."

The NTSB said the Uber vehicle required the operator to intervene and take action, but the system is not designed to alert the operator. The report said the operator engaged the steering wheel less than a second before impact and began braking less than a second after impact. The report noted that Herzberg (victime) tested positive for methamphetamine and marijuana, and that she did not look in the direction of the vehicle until just before impact.