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As rival Uber licks its wounds, Lyft self-driving car hits the streets in Boston

Lyft Inc. just nudged itself into the future after picking up passengers in Boston in one of its autonomous vehicles. Alas, human drivers were there for safety precautions, but the move puts Lyft on the self-driving map along with its major rival, Uber Technologies Inc. The car was developed by the startup NuTonomy, which together with […] The post As rival Uber licks its wounds, Lyft self-driving car hits the streets in Boston appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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