Robotaxis are making enemies as they go around San Francisco

In a recent incident, a horde of driverless vehicles froze and blocked traffic during a busy Friday night concert.

  • Just days later, an autonomous car got stuck in wet cement at a construction site.
  • Another crashed into a fire truck responding to an emergency… another struck and killed a small dog.

The mishaps are adding to traffic and safety concerns over driverless vehicles, which zip around the city’s streets surrounded by sensors and cameras.

  • Despite this, California’s regulator this month approved an expansion of robotaxi services in the city which allows them to begin charging fares for rides when the streets are busiest.

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