The 737 Max’s gruesome death toll has already alarmed at least one auto industry executive. Dieter Zetsche, chief executive at Daimler, told a conference in China on March 24 that Boeing’s crisis hints at what will happen if autonomous algorithms go awry
How about not driving for a company that wants to erase you?
It’s hard to believe these slogans could be endorsed by anyone beyond an overworked kindergarten teacher doing a half-assed job
“No legal challenge changes the fact that Uber made congestion on our roads worse and paid their drivers less than a living wage,” said Seth Stein, a spokesman for the mayor. “The city’s new laws aim to change that.”
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multi-year fight between Uber and New York City. NYC mayor Bill de Blasio has been in favor of new legislation to regulate ride-hailing companies for years. And the NYC Council finally voted in favor of such a new rule back in August 2018.
big bets such as Uber Freight, autonomous driving, bikes, scooters and flying cars are weighing on Uber’s long-term profitability.
The company reported on Friday that it had narrowed its net loss in the fourth quarter of 2018 from a year earlier. But excluding certain one-time items, including the sale of some of its businesses, Uber’s losses for the quarter rose 88 percent compared with the previous year, to $842 million.