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Self-Driving Ubers of the Future Will Deliver Stuff, Not People

Autonomous ride-hailing services seem less appealing than ever before

Pilot models of the Uber self-driving car at the Uber Advanced Technologies Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Photo: AFP/Stringer/Getty Images

2020 was supposed to be the year that automated robotaxis took over the world. But instead of the year in which we can finally enjoy our robotaxi rides, this year has become the one in which much of the world’s economy ground to a halt…




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Sam Abuelsamid

Sam Abuelsamid

Sam is a principal analyst leading Guidehouse Insights’ e-Mobility Research Service covering automated driving, electrification and mobility services

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