Olympics 2020 to see Tokyo using driverless taxis, Tests on public roads begins

Japanese taxi firm Hinomaru Kotsu is aiming at roll out of driverless taxis on the streets of Tokyo before the start of 2020 Olympics. Considering the tests it’s done so far, it seems the future of se…
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