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noa74
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Congratulations!
noa74   9/24/2017 2:31:06 PM
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Very good news. It keeps on going. Everything I've seen in science fiction movies will finally come true small. Thank you and congratulations to Waymo and Intel.

pauline232
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It's my thesis
pauline232   9/24/2017 2:19:22 PM
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Many people ignore Waymo, and many of you are asking the question. Everyone knows Google with its GPS system. I am currently writing my thesis on the management of automation on road networks for developed countries. I have talked a lot about Waymo, it is the leader and the global initiator of automated car technology

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Waymo, the leader of self-driving
malle52   9/24/2017 11:19:46 AM
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Many of you are asking the question: But who is Waymo? What about Google .... is Google not more preferable? Waymo is unknown .... but I tell you that Waymo is one of the initiators of self-driving. It is well worth it.

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Some doubts
benjpierre45   9/24/2017 11:01:31 AM
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I do not know but I have some doubts. Intel with Waymo? I am a little intrigued by the news. But on the other side I think it may be a demonopolization strategy on the part of Intel.

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You say "Wyamo"?
jadejean   9/24/2017 10:14:38 AM
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On known all Intel, on known Google from a chandelier. They have made life easy for the eruption of the technological phenomenon. But Wyamo? Who is he? I am still far from imagining what this deal will give as long as I do not know Wyamo, or at least what he does. Do not tell me it will be up to Google to learn it ????

dupont41
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Already seen
dupont41   9/24/2017 9:22:23 AM
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I follow  the news about hybrid cars, but I do not see what's new in it. This technology has already been put in place by Google if I am not mistaken.

elisa75
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Google forever
elisa75   9/24/2017 7:01:46 AM
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Personally, I think collaborating with Google remains the best strategy, because it has a little monopilized all the resources in computer data and logic.

evanoel49
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Great jump.
evanoel49   9/22/2017 4:37:57 PM
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A great jump and a wonderful boost for Waimo.

charlou
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Congrats
charlou   9/22/2017 1:44:18 PM
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Little by little the bird makes its nest. Always higher, ever wider and above all, always farther with Intel constantly seeking to improve the condition of human life.

mael95652
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Endless progress
mael95652   9/22/2017 7:37:18 AM
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interminable progress but for whose benefit? multinationals and the majority victim of the policy of overproduction and the marketing effect

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