Brad Templeton writes about all the ways the fatal Uber autonomous crash in Tempe was bad

It certainly looks bad for Uber | Brad Ideas (

Passengers who have ridden in Uber's vehicles get to look at a display where the software shows its perception output, ie. a view of the world where it identifies its environment and things in it. They report that the display has generally operated as expected detecting pedestrians, including along the very road in question, where they have seen the vehicle slow or brake for pedestrians entering the road outside crosswalks. Something about that failed.

All the things that went wrong?

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