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Google is the best-suited company to produce… autonomous cars


According to a new Appinions’ Influence study, the futuristic self-driving cars are envisioned by customers coming from technology companies like Google Inc, rather than the traditional lot of automakers. The autonomous car sector – which has yet to produce any mass-market vehicle – is a business opportunity that sees the carmakers pitted against technology companies, in an effort from both to ...
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Google met with automakers to discuss autonomous cars
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Google announces its own driverless cars
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