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Volvo is on a mission to create a "death-proof" car by 2020.

With that goal quickly approaching, self-driving technology is becoming increasingly important to help eliminate road fatalities. Although Volvo does have many advanced safety features, self-driving technology is far from perfect. Case in point: Uber's autonomous XC90 test car involved in a fatal crash. Although autonomous driving technology is far perfect, Bloomberg's Tom Lavell reports that Volvo believes one third of its cars will be autonomous halfway through the next decade.

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