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Tesla's fatal Autopilot accident: Why the New York Times got it wrong

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Tesla's fatal Autopilot accident: Why the New York Times got it wrong

In Saturday's New York Times, coverage of Tesla's Autopilot crash was framed as a failure of technology on the part of Tesla. But leaving out the context is misleading.

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