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GM’s layoffs can be traced to its quest to turn people into machines — Quartz

When Basic Motors introduced final month that it was shutting down small-car manufacturing and mothballing its Lordstown Meeting plant outdoors of Youngstown...

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Ford outlines its plan for turning self-driving cars into a real business — Quartz

The way forward for transport is on its method. It’ll be arriving in 5 minutes—it’s simply finishing a journey across the nook first. Ford has publicly said...

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While AR plays catch-up in other sectors, it’s taking over the enterprise

Once I ran my final piece earlier this month on the not-so-surprising progressive state of the VR business, it was meant to shake up the naysayers nest, which...