Argo AI resumes self-driving operations in Pittsburgh after Wednesday’s crash

Argo AI has resumed self-driving car operations in Pittsburgh a day after three people were taken to the hospital following a crash involving one of the company’s autonomous vehicles.
In an email to The Incline, Alan Hall, communications manager with the Ford Motor Company, an Argo AI investor, said: “While the vehicle was being tested in autonomous mode, the driver resumed manual control prior to the collision. As part of our safety process, Argo grounded their fleet immediately after the collision to review the incident. Operations resumed today after it was clear from our video data that the other driver failed to stop for a red light.”