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The first autonomous taxi robot from French start-up hits the market

The first autonomous taxi robot from French start-up hits the market
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By Louise Miner
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The car industry thinks cities will start to change with less cars on our roads

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The first autonomous taxi robot from French start-up Navya hits the market globally.

The company hopes these types of vehicles will reduce traffic in our cities as it can seat up to six passengers at a time.

It'll soon become normal when ordering a taxi, for it to arrive with no driver.

A Singapore based company's version launched in 2017.

The industry thinks cities will start changing with fewer cars on our roads.

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