Detroit and Silicon Valley are tightening their ties, as carmakers compete for self-driving expertise and software companies find patrons with the infrastructure for producing vehicles.
Commuting habits, road safety, and — most importantly to automakers — car-buying habits could change in the near future as fleets of self-driving vehicles take to the roads, joining ride-sharing services and alternative fuels in a new lap for automotive innovation.
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