As scrutiny of self-driving cars grows, Comma.ai is the first to go

By November 2, 2016Uncategorized
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SAN FRANCISCO — Comma.ai, a San Francisco startup that aspired to sell devices for self-driving cars, killed its product after a warning from federal regulators that the device, called the Comma One, would pose serious safety risks to drivers.

The warning, issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation, arrived just weeks after the agency published its first set of standards defining how autonomous vehicles should be regulated. Comma.ai’s founder, George Hotz, wrote thereafter on Twitter that…