A deep look into Baidu's Apollo partners reveals its plans for an autonomous, electric, and connected vehicle

Baidu's Apollo project, launched in April 2017, has achieved several significant milestones in the short year since its inception. The company debuted Apollo 2.0, the second version of its self-driving platform, in January 2018 and, at the date of this publication, has 93 partnerships in place in th...

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