PITTSBURGH — After a $5 million partnership with Carnegie Mellon University, Uber is now testing driverless cars in Pittsburgh.
Uber has hired CMU seniors to work towards driverless cars at its advanced technologies center on 32nd Street.
These driverless cars are topped with cameras, bells and whistles, which is the mapping and safety autonomy systems for the vehicle.
Uber officials said that the company is constantly working to get images of better detailed roads.
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