Nutonomy to launch self driving cars for commercial services in Singapore

Neutonomy’s CEO, Karl Ignemma announced to join hands with South Asian self-riding service provider Grab, recently. The move has been made to make the self-driving cars available for paid commercial use. They have made a smart move just like Waymo has done with its partnership with Uber. The customers will be charged for each ride with the presence of a human driver as well.

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Not only this, but Neutonomy also plans to launch a test service with Lyft as well, later the same year.

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