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GM Forms Driverless Vehicle Research Team

Posted on January 29, 2016

To accelerate efforts to get self-driving vehicle technology on the road, General Motors is creating a team to focus on autonomous vehicles effective Feb. 1.

The new Autonomous and Technology Vehicle Development Team will recruit from across GM with a mandate to map out a strategy that includes engineering, as well as identifying investments and partnerships to ensure leadership in self-driving technology.

Detroit Free Press article here

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