Prepare to be disrupted in digitalized world
Casper Klynge and Märtha Rehnberg
Anybody who has ever set foot in Indonesia’s capital will know that the perspective of having self-driving cars is intriguing.
Imagine how time spent behind the wheel could be used on something productive instead of building up frustrations from endless macet — the infamous Jakarta traffic jams. Also, imagine that self-driving cars could automatically find the shortest way to your dest...
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