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China to step up autonomous driving efforts

Chinese internet search and tech giant Baidu detailed its Project Apollo at the Baidu Create 2017, or its first artificial intelligence (AI) developer conference held in Beijing on July 5 (see FEATURE on p. 1). Video clips displayed at the event showed its CEO Robin Li riding in an autonomous

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Baidu launches “Project Apollo”, sees China taking global lead in autonomous driving in 3-5 years

BEIJING – The Apollo has landed in the Chinese and global autonomous driving orbit. After nearly three months of buildup, Chinese internet search giant Baidu released details of its “Project Apollo” – an open, complete and secure platform to help developers accelerate R&D of autonomous driving systems – at the

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Baidu wants to be enabler of autonomous driving through “Project Apollo”

SHANGHAI – The third time seemed to be a charm for Baidu at CES Asia 2017, the third straight year the Chinese internet search giant has exhibited at the annual trade show that started in 2015: the company had a much bigger booth, an outdoor exhibit providing visitors test rides

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