Source: BBC News
Uber has said it will stop developing self-driving trucks to focus its autonomous technology solely on cars.
Uber’s self-driving truck programme started in 2016 with a team based in San Francisco.
The ride-hailing firm marked the world’s first commercial shipment delivered by a self-driving truck later that year.
The truck drove 120 miles (193 km) along a highway in Colorado with a trailer full of Budweiser beer.
The idea behind self-driving trucks was initially to improve the safety and efficiency of the trucking industry, according to Uber’s Advanced Technologies Group (ATG) website.