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Nobody agrees on how far away we are from the day when autonomous cars will hit the road.

Some people seem to believe it's 2020, but as we get closer and closer to 2018, that timeline starts to appear a little too optimistical.

Regardless, most carmakers are hard at work to come up with the most efficient hardware setup and develop the appropriate software, whether they work on it by themselves or together with other tech companies.

Google was one of the first to get involved in what has now become the industry's holy grail (which, at the moment, somehow makes Tesla the Indiana Jones as it's either the closest to getting it or the one shouting the loudest about it). A few months ago, it created a separate entity called Waymo to head the develop


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