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Waymo Returns Home
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13 Jan 2018 01:09 AM EST

The streets of San Francisco are getting a bit more crowded with cars, but not with drivers. After taking some time away from the West Coast, Waymo is finally bringing its autonomous vehicle technology back to the place it all began — San Francisco. “Now that we have the world’s first fleet of fully self-driving cars running in Arizona, the hilly and foggy streets of San Francisco will give our cars even more practice in different terrains and environments.” said a waymo spokesperson. While the self-driving cars in Arizona are being operated without human drivers, the test vehicles in San Francisco aren’t quite so ambitious. Those cars will still have humans behind the wheel to ensure that nothing goes wrong.

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