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Baidu launches autonomous driving platform that can park cars itself


Baidu announces that more Apollo-powered autonomous vehicles are scheduled to hit the streets in 2019. — AFP Relaxnews

Baidu announces that more Apollo-powered autonomous vehicles are scheduled to hit the streets in 2019. — AFP Relaxnews

At CES 2019, Baidu announced Apollo 3.5, the company's newest and most advanced autonomous driving platform capable of performing in complex urban and suburban situations.

Baidu is developing its autonomous driving platform with a bit of a different approach compared to other industry leaders like Tesla or NVIDIA: the company's most recent software platform is open source and allegedly the first one capable of "complex" driving.

   

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