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Uber's chief technology officer left the company in May after seven years under two wildly different bosses.
Thuan Pham told Bloomberg in his first interview since leaving that there's "a little PTSD" setting in from leaving amid a pandemic that slashed revenues and led to mass layoffs.
He also recommended Uber consider strategic partnerships to stem losses in its self-driving division, similar to what Waymo has done.
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