is a Silicon Valley startup working on a kit to retrofit your ride

If is a success, your first self-driving car might already be parked in the driveway.

The Silicon Valley start-up, founded recently by a team of former Stanford University Artificial Intelligence Lab products, is working on a software kit that can be used to retrofit existing vehicles.

“We started because we believe there’s a real opportunity to make our roads, our commutes, and our families safer,” the company announced in a statement on its blog, citing a statistic that more than one million people die each year worldwide in automobile accidents caused by human error.

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