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Japan aims to make 20% of autos driverless by 2030

The Nissan Serena can drive itself on the highway under certain conditions.

TOKYO -- The Japanese government is looking to have one out of every five cars autonomous by 2030, as part of the "fourth industrial revolution" initiative to revitalize the economy.

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