Anthony Levandowski, the controversial chief of Uber’s self-driving car project, is reportedly stepping away from the leadership role due to a lawsuit filed by Google’s autonomous car unit Waymo.
Ride-hailing giant Uber Technologies Inc.
In wake of a car crash involving one of its autonomous cars, Uber has officially suspended its self-driving testing program in the U.S. state of Arizona.
Google Inc. parent firm Alphabet-owned Waymo has asked a federal court to block Uber’s self-driving car project, arguing that Uber is using its stolen technology.
In a Thursday afternoon announcement, ride-hailing company Uber said that the 16 self-driving cars which the company has pulled off the San Francisco streets are being moved to Arizona.
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