After spending over one billion dollars on San Francisco-based Cruise Automation, it's safe to say that General Motors (GM) no longer has to worry about proving itself as one of the serious players on the cutting edge of self-driving technology. While it is true that Cruise Automation is primarily a supplier of aftermarket "kits" that help customers convert certain car models into autonomous vehicles, Fortune magazine's Dan Primack and Kirsten Korosec point out that GM most likely will leverage the expertise of this trendsetting team as it seeks to integrate self-driving tech into its in-house manufacturing operations. For the complete story from Primack and Koroseck, follow the link below.

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