FiveAI driverless car trials begin today on roads in London

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Bromley and Croydon the test track for autonomous vehicles ahead of passenger trial planned for 2020

Driverless car trials using technology developed by UK company FiveAI have started today in London. The supervised trials in Bromley and Croydon, will feature highly visible FiveAI-branded Ford ...

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