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Stanford's 'Junior' robocar comes in second

Original post made on Nov 5, 2007

Stanford University's robocar, "Junior," was first across the finish line Saturday but wound up in second place on technical points behind "Boss" from rival Carnegie Mellon University in a widely watched "urban challenge" sponsored by the Pentagon.
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  • Comments (2)

    Posted by Chris, a resident of Barron Park
    on Nov 5, 2007 at 9:41 am

    Facts not right. JR crossed finish line first but started much ealier than boss. Technical points were not a factor.


    Posted by Walter_E_Wallis, a resident of Midtown
    on Nov 6, 2007 at 9:15 am

    In my lifetime, and I am 75, we will see these systems incorporated into passenger autos.


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