Japan trials driverless cars in bid to keep rural elderly on the move

NISHIKATA, Japan (Reuters) – As the annual rice harvest begins this month in the Japanese town of Nishikata, the combines that usually putter along the sleepy roads lining its rice fields are giving way to a vehicle residents have never before seen …
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