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With Mobileye deal, Intel enters the driverless car race

US chipmaker says it can reshape competitive landscape with the US$15.3b purchase of Israeli tech firm
Thursday, August 10, 2017 - 05:50

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Intel and Mobileye aim to demonstrate the strength of their combined capabilities in the next several months by building a fleet of 100 self-driving test vehicles.

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Intel and Mobileye aim to demonstrate the strength of their combined capabilities in the next several months by building a fleet of 100 self-driving test vehicles.

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ABOUT three years ago, American chip giant Intel seemed like a bystander in Silicon Valley's race to develop self-driving cars.

Google was zooming ahead, producing and testing autonomous cars of its own design and racking up millions of miles in test drives. Uber, the ride

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