Nimble tech firms must adapt as self-driving revolution hits speed bumps

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Nimble tech firms must adapt as self-driving revolution hits speed bumps

Adoption rates fail to match predictions.

When Silicon Valley startup Phantom Auto was formed in 2017, it was one of many software suppliers hitching their fortunes to self-driving cars, confident that fleets of robotaxis would be using their technology within a few years. But with delays in the mass deployment of autonomous vehicles, ...

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