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After dozens of fires caused by combusting batteries used in electric scooters and bikes in recent years, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors is set to consider imposing new restrictions on the rechargeable devices.
California's Privacy Protection Agency has shared draft rules on how companies using automated decision-making tools — including those powered by artificial intelligence — can use consumers' information.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission in the Bay Area is holding public meetings for community feedback on a plan to add tolling to the region’s most-crowded freeways to generate new funding for transit and other projects.
The state has suspended Cruise from operating its driverless taxis in San Francisco, effective immediately, for allegedly withholding footage of a severe crash involving one of the company's robotaxis.
Early intervention software could soon help the San Francisco Police Department to identify "at-risk" officers. The police commission is considering an upgrade in the hopes that it fends off future lawsuits.
A crash in San Francisco involving a driverless Cruise taxi happened at an inopportune time for autonomous vehicle companies, which were already under scrutiny by state regulators.
A female pedestrian was severely injured after being struck by an alleged hit-and-run driver and then thrown into the path of a Cruise driverless vehicle that ran over her in downtown San Francisco on Monday.
The shooting death of a teenager at San Francisco's Twin Peaks lookout point over the weekend has highlighted the need for new police patrols and technology in the area, officials say.
In a letter, lawmakers urged the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to collect more data on autonomous vehicles, citing serious safety concerns about how they operate in real-world situations.
Mishaps are adding to traffic and safety concerns over driverless vehicles, which zip around the city’s streets surrounded by sensors and cameras, collecting data and promising a world with fewer human interactions.