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A Union Pacific exec told us why railroads are more high-tech than cars or planes

Union Pacific is using a Big Data technology to ensure that its trains operate safety and efficiently. The system is called Machine Vision. It's one of several high-tech innovations the western freight carrier is undertaking. Someday soon, all our cars will be powered by electricity and drive themselves. Except not yet. Someday soon, airplanes will run on electricity and fly themselves.
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