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Sci-fi Dubai? GITEX unveils flying cars, robot dogs, and driver-less taxis


Held in Dubai, GITEX is the world's biggest technology show and on display was an array of science-fiction, being turned into science-fact. One of the stand-out attractions was a two-seater carbon-neutral flying car, and others included robot dogs and driverless taxis.

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