Elsewhere on Friday,– Human drivers were forced to take control of Uber’s self-driving cars about once per mile driven. (FWIW California tests showed Tesla’s disengagement rate was once every three miles, while Google’s was once every 5,127 miles).– And remember that time Uber’s Kalanick said autonomous cars were crucial to the company’s very survival?– The dangerous precedent set by judicial attacks on Trump’s travel ban.– This isn’t the diverse newsroom you’re looking for. – Why banking leverage requirements are not enough.– Is the ECB considering a rate hike?– Healthcare, algorithms and DeepMind. – Pokemon Go is a mass demon summoning that’s destroying our reality.– Marc Andreessen talks tech and entertainment in the ‘era of mass customization‘.– The IMF looks at how inequality is affecting trust.– The business of shooting feral pigs from the sky.– Further, further reading. Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2017. All rights reserved. You may share using our article tools. Please don't cut articles from FT.com and redistribute by email or post to the web.
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