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THE task of mov­ing large num­bers of con­fer­ence del­e­gates is al­ways a lo­gis­ti­cal chal­lenge, but help in the form of new technology might still be some way off.

The BBC re­ports that a new self-driv­ing shut­tle bus de­ployed in Las Ve­gas yes­ter­day was in­volved in a crash on its first day of op­er­a­tion, de­spite its mod­est speed of around 25km/h.

The au­to­mated ve­hi­cle was in­volved in a ben­der with a truck, the hu­man driver of which was quickly blamed for the in­ci­dent.

None of the hand­ful of pas­sen­gers on board was hurt, but po­lice is­sued the truck driver with a ticket.

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