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How autonomous vehicles could lead to more jobs in Detroit

As autonomous vehicles make their way out of the pages of science fiction and onto the highways of the real world, the question remains exactly what type of impact this emerging technology will have on the workforce in Detroit. In the city of Detroit, a city known for being the backbone of America’s auto industry,... Read more » The post How autonomous vehicles could lead to more jobs in Detroit appeared first on ReadWrite.
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