A car in Phoenix ran a red light and veered into oncoming traffic, allegedly due to a system glitch that was caused by artificial intelligence misinterpreting temporary road signs.

Fortunately, there were no passengers in the vehicle at the time of the incident.

Police noticed the vehicle passing by and tried to stop it, but since there was no one inside, employees had to contact Waymo technical support.

Law enforcement officials noted that it is impossible to impose a fine on the computer.

Waymo explained that the glitch occurred due to inconsistent signage placed on the road due to construction, which caused confusion in the autonomous car’s navigation system.

Source: Ferra

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