Martial Hebert

Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University

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Director of the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, from which Uber has hired away dozens of engineers and experts

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Watch out Google, Apple, Tesla and Ford. Uber wants to be first with a self-driving car. You can already order one up on your smartphone in Pittsburgh.

Uber's driverless car program in Pittsburgh

Watch out Google, Apple, Tesla and Ford. Uber wants to be first with a self-driving car. You can already order one up on your smartphone in Pittsburgh.

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