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Here, an Uber Technologies Inc. self-driving Volvo sports utility vehicles (SUV) sits on the road after a high-impact crash in Tempe, Arizona, U.S., in March 2017. Uber's self-driving cars were back on public roads three days after this crash. (Photo: Mark Beach/Fresco News via Bloomberg) Here, an Uber Technologies Inc. self-driving Volvo sports utility vehicles (SUV) sits on the road after a high-impact crash in Tempe, Arizona, in March 2017. Uber’s self-driving cars were back on public roads three days after this accident. (Photo: Mark Beach/Fresco News via Bloomberg)

News this week of what is likely the first pedestrian fatality caused by an autonomous vehicle illuminated ongoing safety concerns around emerging driverless vehicle technology — and rightfully so.

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