Baidu Desires to Introduce Self-Driving Cars to the Public by 2021

by SpeedLux

Baidu will be producing self-driving vehicles in 5 years and is open to collaborating with ride-sharing firms, a senior vice president of China’s largest internet search engine stated at a Wall Street Journal conference last week.

Baidu desires to introduce its self-driving automobiles in several countries at once, said senior vice president Wang Jing, at the Converge technology conference, keeping in mind that the marketplace for driverless vehicles is big for both Baidu and U.S. rival Google. Chris Urmson, the director of Google’s self-driving car project, has stated the company aims to finalize autonomous automobiles by 2020.

Baidu has likewise invested in ride-sharing Uber.

Furthermore, the Chinese internet search engine is already evaluating its self-governing car technology on public roads in Beijing and also in Anhui province.

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