- Watch just a few self-driving cars stop traffic jams
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- The “death of self-driving cars” has been greatly exaggerated
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Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi says adding self-driving cars will bring ride prices down over time, and that will eventually spur more demand.
Cavnue is designing dedicated roadways for connected and automated vehicles, starting in Michigan.
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I learned a lot by reading dozens of Waymo and Cruise crash reports.
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