Why is Uber promoting services that don’t work?

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Last week Uber generated world-scale, earth shattering publicity by putting driverless cars on the road in downtown Pittsburgh. They don’t work. They can’t even do a right turn at a junction.

Uber passengers using these cars find themselves Uber Pooling. There’s a human driver at the front who takes the wheel every time the car’s sensors get confused and a software engineer at the back ironing out programme glitches.

But with this carefully structured launch (that currently comprises just four adapted Ford Fusions), Uber has stolen a lead on the driverless car debate. A few years from now, we’ll all be riding driverless cabs and we’ll respect Uber more because they got the ball rolling back in the day.

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