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Watch a driverless car tested on the streets of the UK for the first time

Driverless cars have arrived in the UK. This small two-seater electric car was developed by Oxford University scientists and has been tested for the first time in a public space. The car navigated its way around a pedestrianised area of Milton Keynes. It works by using on-board cameras and a laser detection system (LiDAR). Produced by Claudia Romeo Join the conversation about this story »
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