Uber has had its fair share of troubles in its efforts to put self-driving cabs on the road, but before it tackles them all, it’s moving into new territory: building autonomous electric scooters and bicycles for its fleet of on-demand vehicles. TechCrunch noted that California-based 3D Robotics’ CEO Chris Anderson revealed Uber‘s plans to add self-driving capabilities to two-wheelers over the weekend. The Telegraph reported that the ride-hailing company is hiring engineers for this new department. Exciting announcement from @UberATG at today’s @DIYRobocars event. “Micromobility” = autononomous scooters & bikes that can drive themselves to charging or better locations. Hiring…

This story continues at The Next Web

Or just read more coverage about: Uber