What's up, Doc? What about self-driving cars?

Pittsburgh • Back in 1984, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University developed a self-driving car called the “Terregator” that used video cameras, sonar and laser to travel a few centimeters per second. Today, the Pittsburgh school is among the world’s leaders in autonomous cars. Google’s self-driving car chief got his training there. It’s doing research for General Motors, and ride-sharing service Uber recently signed on to develop a self-driving vehicle. Raj Rajkumar has helped lead the school...

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