Intel and Mobileye begin testing autonomous vehicle fleet

Last year when Intel completed its acquisition of autonomous driving software company Mobileye, it was announced that it would soon thereafter build a fleet of fully autonomous vehicles for testing. Now, the first of the 100-car fleet is in operation in Jerusalem, demonstrating the capabilities of its technology and safety model.

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