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2018 Could Be Pivotal Year For Driverless Cars

Posted on January 3, 2018
Volvo Drive Me autonomous driving test car exhibited at the 2014 Salão Internacional do Automóvel São Paulo, Brazil (Wikimedia Commons image by Mariordo)
Volvo Drive Me autonomous driving test car exhibited at the 2014 Salão Internacional do Automóvel São Paulo, Brazil (Wikimedia Commons image by Mariordo)

Companies like Tesla, GM, Ford, Google/Waymo, Lyft and Uber are just some of the big names vying to reach the finish line first on driverless cars.

WCPO-TV Channel 9 Cincinnati article and video here

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Related Topics: autonomous vehicles, driverless cars, industry trends, mobile technology, self-driving vehicles

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