Robot roads A fully self-driving ride-sharing service may soon be coming to Arizona. Waymo plans to test a service with no safety driver in Chandler, possibly as soon as this month, reports the Information, citing two people familiar with the plans. The car would be monitored at a remote command center, so if it has trouble, humans can send instructions on what to do. This would mark the arrival of fully self-driving vehicles on public roads in the U.S. ‘Love’ lost Bad news for granola lovers. The Food and Drug Administration has declared that however delicious, there’s no “love” in the combo of rolled oats, brown sugar and maybe nuts.
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