BEIJING -- China's top search engine group Baidu looks to start reaping income on early stage autonomous-driving technologies, as its bread-and-butter online advertising business suffers from tighter regulations.
During an annual conference of the tech giant on Wednesday, CEO Robin Li demonstrated a "valet parking" service that lets a car find a parking spot on its own after dropping off the driver.
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