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GM is about to start mass-producing the first ‘real’ self-driving cars

General Motors Co. and its self-driving car subsidiary Cruise Automation said today that they’re ready to mass-produce vehicles that already have fully autonomous hardware built in, meaning once the software is fully up to speed the cars will be good to go. Unlike other cars currently using self-driving technology, the Chevrolet Bolt EVs, 50 of […] The post GM is about to start mass-producing the first ‘real’ self-driving cars appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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