Waymo, a self-driving car company, has issued its first recall ever following two crashes in Phoenix.

Title: Alphabet-Owned Company Admits Software Issues After Car Accidents

In a recent statement, an Alphabet-owned company revealed that it is working to fix its software after two of its self-driving cars were involved in accidents. The incidents involved the cars hitting a pickup truck that was being towed, raising concerns about the safety and reliability of autonomous vehicles.

The Alphabet-owned company, which operates under the name of its self-driving car project, has been testing its vehicles on public roads for several years. The company has touted the potential benefits of self-driving cars, such as reducing accidents caused by human error and providing more efficient transportation options.

However, the recent accidents have brought attention to potential flaws in the company’s software. In both cases, the self-driving cars failed to detect the towed pickup truck and collided with it. Fortunately, no one was injured in either incident, but it has raised questions about the technology’s ability to accurately identify and respond to potential hazards on the road.

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