Can a programming bug kill you? It can in a connected vehicle

The average bug count in a program is 15 to 50 bugs per 1,000 lines of code; a car has 30,000 parts, communicating via millions of lines of code. The likelihood of a bug cropping up is pretty high.

by Yossi Vardi,

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