Uber and Carnegie Mellon split the fare on the ride to a robotic future

Uber recently announced a strategic partnership with Carnegie Mellon University (CMU); according to Uber's blog post, the partnership will include the creation of a new Uber Advanced Technologies Center in Pittsburgh, where research will focus on "bringing safe, reliable transportation to everyon...

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