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Israeli chipmaker taps Baidu to enhance driverless car technology

Intel unit Mobileye targets 2020 as the year 'robo-taxis' will take off

JERUSALEM -- Israel's Mobileye has expanded its presence in the auto industry through tie-ups with Asian companies such as China's Baidu thanks to its strength in visual processors, a key field in the intensifying race to perfect driverless technology.

The tie-ups are in line with Mobileye's strategy to build autonomous cars by 2021.

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