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Google crosses the 2 million mile mark with its self-driving cars

Google’s celebrating another milestone in its self-driving car project – a 2 million milestone, in fact. The search giant’s autonomous test cars have now racked up that many miles in public road testing, which it notes adds up to about 300 years of human driving based on the average person’s yearly total. What’s interesting about the volume of miles Google has… Read More
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