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    Baidu plans to mass produce Level 4 self-driving cars with BAIC by 2021 /Link

     Baidu, China’s internet technology giant, hopes to be in the business of mass producing autonomous cars by 2021, thanks to a partnership with BAIC Group, a Chinese automaker which will handle the manufacturing part of that equation. BAIC Group is one of Baidu’s many partners for its Apollo autonomous driving program, and it’ll use the open platform to produce vehicles with… Read More




    (@)Darrell Etherington

    Published on 13 Oct 2017 at 01:12PM

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