Driverless Cars to Operate on Public Roads In Next Few Years, Baidu CEO Says
Driverless cars will operate on public roads within five years, and people will discover they are safer than human-operated cars, said the CEO and co-founder of Baidu Inc., often called "China’s Google," during the 2018 China Development Forum in Beijing.
Economic growth driven by the “Internet Plus” policy — referring to a strategy to integrate mobile internet, cloud computing, big data and the internet of things with modern manufacturing — is hitting a wall, and China will need to look for new drivers such as artificial intelligence (AI) to maintain momentum, Robin Li said.
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