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    Blackberry to invest $76m to develop driverless car hub in Ottawa

    Blackberry chooses Ottawa, Canada as a hub for its driverless car project, plans to invest $76 million.

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    These days many major companies are looking to go driverless with their cars. Though we are in the very premature stage of innovation, only these things can take the tech forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SarojiniBabar View Post
    These days many major companies are looking to go driverless with their cars. Though we are in the very premature stage of innovation, only these things can take the tech forward.
    Yeah right. Sensors, software, facilities, this thing, that place, blah, blah... all are parts of the innovation. And it's not easy. But one thing is that it's good to see BlackBerry trying to come in the mainsteam again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AbhayThakur View Post
    Yeah right. Sensors, software, facilities, this thing, that place, blah, blah... all are parts of the innovation. And it's not easy. But one thing is that it's good to see BlackBerry trying to come in the mainsteam again.
    For making that dream drierless car, we still have to go a far distance. Without naming any company, I'd say, lots of people are trying these things with more or less success. But some "accidents" are likely to happen in the way.