Navya Self-Driving car in fender bender on first day in Las Vegas

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The brave new world is upon us.

One question to ask, however, is how brave the robots of the new world truly are.

I only wonder because of an accident that occurred in downtown Las Vegas on Thursday.

As KSNV-TV reports, a self-driving shuttle and a human-driven truck were involved in a collision.

It wasn’t a good day for the shuttle, made by French company Navya, to be in an incident. It was its first day of operation and Las Vegas was the first city to enjoy it.

The shuttle had only hit the roads for an hour before………………………..

 

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