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Who's liable when a self-driving car collides with another vehicle?

3 days ago   |   By Fortune

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A white Tesla Model 3 sedan pulls away from a stop sign, beginning a wide left turn.
“Oh my gosh,” whispers the driver, whose hands hover above the steering wheel as the car moves on its own. The vehicle is controlled by Tesla's Full Self Driving software, technology that Tesla says will eventually be able to drive cars without human involvement.
But suddenly, there's trouble. “Oh. Oh!” a passenger shouts, as it becomes clear that the car is about to drive...
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The best wines for Thanksgiving

The best wines for Thanksgiving

3 days ago   |   By Fortune

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While each family celebrates Thanksgiving in their own way, 2020 has us all changing up our plans entirely. And yet, if there's one thing oenophiles can agree upon this Thanksgiving, it is that one of the most essential part of the holiday feast is choosing the right wines.
Here are a selection of bottles ideal for food pairings with a cornucopia of traditional and non-traditional dishes.
If there's one thing oenophiles can agree upon at Thanksgiving, it's that...
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Why China keeps returning to a questionable theory about its COVID-19 outbreaks

3 days ago   |   By Fortune

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For months now, cities in China have tied fresh outbreaks of COVID-19 to imported frozen food, despite scientific evidence that suggests such goods are unlikely to spread the disease. Now, the mainland's trade partners are pushing back on China's protective measures against frozen food contamination, such as excessive screening of meat imports.
“China's most recent COVID-19 restrictions on imported food products are not based on science and threaten to disrupt...
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Expensify CEO: I stand by my decision to email 10,000 customers urging them...

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