Ride-hailing service Uber will start hauling passengers with self-driving cars on the streets of Pittsburgh in next several weeks. The company says the self-driving Volvo XC90 cars will have human backup drivers to begin with, but the announcement will surely ring alarm bells amongst the country's 327,000 Uber drivers and millions who drive for a living who could be out of a job. Uber's cars are outfitted with cameras, lasers and sensors to help them navigate the city's streets. Ride-hailing service Uber says it will start hauling passengers with self-driving Volvo CX90 cars on the streets of Pittsburgh in next several weeks. But the company said they will also have back-up drivers.
Aug-18-2016, 15:41:19 GMT