Uber wants to resume self-driving car tests on public roads

"Although the report covered all the main bases, Uber should have gone even further given its self-driving car killed Herzberg, said Bryant Walker Smith, an assistant law professor at the University of South Carolina who has been studying the issues affecting autonomous vehicles. In its most glaring omission, Uber didn’t accept responsibility for Herzberg’s death — the first involving a fully autonomous vehicle, he said.

“Frankly, I’m looking for more from Uber than from other companies, and I suspect that governments may be as well,” Walker Smith said."