The automotive revolution of fully autonomous driving is steadily being realised. A Chinese search engine giant, Baidu, has started offering the first rides to commercial customers in its self-driving taxis.

Known as Apollo Go, the service has been open to the public for free on a trial basis since last October but now riders will have to pay for the service, turning it into a commercial business...

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