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Uber May Fight Labor Rulings Until No More Drivers Needed

Posted on June 17, 2015

A San Francisco-based driver for transportation network company Uber is an employee, according to a ruling revealed Wednesday by the California Labor Commission. But should Uber worry?

Uber is among the Silicon Valley firms pushing furthest into a self-driving car future. Uber CEO Travis Kalanick said last year that self-driving cars will one day replace all of its drivers.

Google has said that driverless cars could be available to consumers as early as 2020.

CNBC article here

But, then again, the autonomous vehicle challenges are daunting:

Holman W. Jenkins Jr. WSJ column: When Robo-Cars Crash, It's Your Fault

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