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This is the first time that a Silicon Valley company has partnered with a traditional automaker to create a driverless vehicle.
Anonymous sources say the partnership could be announced soon.
MIT's trying to find out.
The venture has set the 2020 Games in Tokyo as a target to develop software to operate driverless cars and an online service to ferry athletes and tourists between Olympic venues and the city's transport hubs.
Plus: Uber defends its background check policy.
John Krafcik has previously worked at Ford, Hyundai and online car sales company TrueCar.
More people are warming up to letting robots take the wheel. How about you?
Truck yeah. Daimler went big, bold and driverless last night, debuting America's first street-legal self-driving commercial freightliner on the Hoover Dam.
While self-driving cars could eventually improve driving conditions overall, the expectation of zero fatalities is not realistic, a new report says.