Rob Price, Business Insider, July 17, 2015

People have been injured in a crash involving one of Google’s self-driving cars for the first time, project head Chris Urmson wrote in a post on Medium on Thursday. One of the California tech company’s vehicles was rear-ended at an intersection, causing minor whiplash for the three passengers inside. Like every other accident Google’s cars have been involved in, this was the fault of the other driver. […read more]