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GM’S CRUISE TO DEPLOY FULLY DRIVERLESS CARS IN SAN FRANCISCO

General Motors’ self-driving car company is sending vehicles without anybody behind the wheel in San Francisco as it navigates its way toward launching a robotic taxi service that would compete against Uber and Lyft in the hometown of the leading ride-hailing services.

The move announced Wednesday by GM-owned

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