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This Engineer Built An Amazing Voice-Controlled Robot Car In His Garage

I’m not sure if its just a frustrated childhood desire to live with R2-D2, but I’m a firm believer that autonomous cars will prove to be the first real, personally-interactive robots that humans will deploy in large numbers. Which means we need to stop thinking of them just as cars. There seems to be at least one engineer who agrees, and he’s building his own experimental car called “Atticus.
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