The question is no longer “when are driverless cars coming,” but where. While the US and China are locked in a head-to-head showdown to see which will flood its roads with safe AI-driven vehicles, a dark horse emerges. The UK may be playing tortoise to their hares. Before we can talk about the Queen’s plans, however, we’ll need to bring up last year’s most improved player in the space: China. The People’s Republic is again revving its engines with state-sponsored programs designed to usher the AI era in. The country’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) recently announced it was…

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