Remember how Uber re-launched its self-driving pilot program in Arizona last week? Yeah, that happened. But a couple residents in the city of Tempe, where the ride-hailing giant’s self-driving cars are dispatched, haven’t caught a ride in an autonomous Uber yet—despite seeing a dozen driving around town, without any passengers, and a bevy of failed attempts to hail one of the high-tech cabs. Only Arizona’s Uber-friendly governor seems to have been carted around in an autonomous Uber.
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