Friday, August 26, 2016

Here’s one place in the world you can already hail a driverless taxi - The Washington Post

A major mobility milestone; also see The world’s first network of fully self-driving taxis is up and running (Recode)
"Although Uber may soon be the first company to launch a self-driving car service in the United States, it won't be the first in the world. That honor went Thursday to nuTonomy, a Massachusetts-based company that has now officially rolled out what many analysts say will transform the future of transportation and the economy.

NuTonomy's six self-driving cars are being tested in Singapore's one-north business district, a roughly 500-acre hub the city-state built for science and technology companies. Using nuTonomy's app, members of the public will be able to request a free ride in a specially modified electric vehicle manufactured by Renault or Mitsubishi."
Here’s one place in the world you can already hail a driverless taxi - The Washington Post
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