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BY - Tue, 2014-06-24 13:31  Printer-friendly version

Carnegie Mellon University has taken its autonomous vehicle to Washington, D.C. Beginning June 24, CMU will provide up to 40 members of Congress the opportunity to ride the vehicle around Washington during the two-day demonstration. The General Motors-CMU Autonomous Driving Collaborative Research Lab includes researchers from the Robotics Institute.

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