Alex Davies

Wired magazine

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Transportation Editor at Wired magazine

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An Uber self-driving car hit a woman crossing the street Sunday night in Tempe, Arizona. She later died at the hospital. Now Uber’s autonomous program is being suspended -- again.

Uber self-driving car kills pedestrian in Arizona

An Uber self-driving car hit a woman crossing the street Sunday night in Tempe, Arizona. She later died at the hospital. Now Uber’s autonomous program is being suspended -- again.

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The company that revolutionized the taxi world and introduced self-driving cars in Pittsburgh now wants to introduce flying cars within a decade. Is it possible?

Traffic bringing you down? Consider Uber's flying cars

The company that revolutionized the taxi world and introduced self-driving cars in Pittsburgh now wants to introduce flying cars within a decade. Is it possible?

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You may not see self-driving cars in your neighborhood -- unless you're in Pittsburgh. But federal regulators are already  developing guidelines  for a revolutionary technology.

Federal government unveils self-driving car guidelines

You may not see self-driving cars in your neighborhood -- unless you're in Pittsburgh. But federal regulators are already developing guidelines for a revolutionary technology.

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