Baidu opens its robotaxis to the public in Beijing, making it the third city in China with service

//Baidu opens its robotaxis to the public in Beijing, making it the third city in China with service

Baidu opens its robotaxis to the public in Beijing, making it the third city in China with service

Chinese internet giant Baidu launched a public robotaxi service in Beijing on Thursday as the country accelerates the commercial application of self-driving technologies across the country.Beijing is the third city after Changsha in Hunan province and Cangzhou in Hebei province in which Baidu has rolled out a robotaxi service – in this instance a self-driving car with a safety driver – which can be hailed via its e-hailing platform.Baidu’s Apollo Go Robotaxi service has a fleet of 40 cars…

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