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The road not taken: South Korea's self-driving professor

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Decades before the race to build a self-driving car became a multi-billion-dollar contest between tech giants such as Tesla and Google, a South Korean professor built an autonomous vehicle and test-drove it across the country -- only for his research to be consigned to the scrapheap.

Added on the 02/04/2021 04:54:25 - Copyright : AFP EN

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