A new battleground taking shape around emerging artificial-intelligence-driven technology has automakers looking for ways to get a jump on the competition in efficiency and stand out from the pack in automated-driving performance. Although a year or two ago it seemed most OEMs were in lockstep along a single path toward the autonomous vehicle and relying heavily on suppliers for its key technologies, they now appear to be veering off in separate directions in pursuit of an ...

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