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Waymo is close to offering autonomous rides with no backup driver

engadget Thursday, 10 October 2019 ()
Waymo is close to offering autonomous rides with no backup driverWaymo has sent out an email to its earliest ride-hailing customers, letting them know that completely driverless cars are on the way. And yes, the company truly means rides that don't have a human backup driver behind the wheel. The letter, which was...
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