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Thursday, December 15, 2022

Uncertain US Self Driving?

 More indication of key elements of uncertainty.  But still, I believe,  in time ultimate success.

Self-Driving Cars Face Uncertain Path to U.S. Deployment

By Reuters, October 31, 2022

The Cruise Origin autonomous vehicle, a Honda and General Motors self-driving car partnership, seen during its unveiling in 2020.

The difficult path to deploying autonomous vehicles (AVs) was highlighted by an announcement  that Ford Motor Co. and Volkswagen AG would close their self-driving startup Argo AI, citing the fact that the technology is still a long way off.

This comes as legislation to amend regulations to include self-driving cars remains stalled in Congress, and officials at the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) have not revealed when they might act on petitions to grant initial approval to self-driving vehicles without human controls.

Meanwhile, lawmakers and industry representatives have called on U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg to develop a comprehensive federal framework for AVs to ensure the nation remains competitive, especially as China has made substantial investments in autonomous and connected vehicle technologies.

From Reuters

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