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Arizona-Intel Partnership To Advance Self-Driving Tech
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12 Oct 2018 11:19 AM EST

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey recently announced the Institute for Automated Mobility. Ducey named Intel the first private-sector founding partner of the new institute. Digital Trends reports that the announcement comes as a stepping up with a public, private, and academic collaboration to advance autonomous driving. Ducey said, “The Institute for Automated Mobility will bring together global industry leaders, a public sector team, and the brightest minds in academia, focused on advancing all aspects of automated vehicle science, safety, and policy." He added, that "Arizona is committed to providing the leadership and knowledge necessary to integrate these technologies into the world’s

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