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When driverless cars hit market, blame for accidents may shift to industry

Who will pay for the damages is a central question being debated

Washington

IF anything about driverless cars can be considered an old riddle it is this one: the car is driving itself down a residential street when a woman pushing a baby stroller suddenly enters a crosswalk. Unable to stop, should the car's computer opt to hit mother and child, or veer

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