Many call 2016 the year of self-driving cars. With the incredible number of announcements from this year’s CES and the Detroit Auto Show, 2017 could likely follow suit. One trend that made headlines toward the end of last year and also in 2017, shed light on the series of hurdles autonomous cars face as they drive themselves into reality. With Uber now being investigated for running through red lights in San Francisco to the recent lawsuit filed by Alphabet’s Waymo against Uber for stolen IP to Faraday Future’s controversial economic uncertainty, self-driving cars face a series of notable roadblocks before hitting the streets for…

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