In China Google’s driverless cars now take passengers for rides

Watch out for Baidu on the grounds that the “Google of China” is making huge moves in the self-driving auto space.

Baidu is letting individuals from people in general take a ride in its electric, self-driving auto armada in Wuzhen, China as of Tuesday, the organization wrote in an email Thursday. Around 200 individuals have taken an interest in the trial as such.

Uber is additionally right now letting the general population test its self-driving autos. The ride-hailing organization propelled its Pittsburgh test case program in September. In any case, not at all like Baidu’s program, riders taking part in Uber’s pilot can really ask for a ride to a set goal inside the downtown Pittsburgh range.

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