Google Turns To Detroit For Support

Nearly a year ago, Fortune Senior Editor Alex Taylor wrote "Is Google Motors the new GM?" Now we find the Mountain View, Calif. company looking to Detroit for guidance and support on its self-driving car. Anthony Levandowski told an audience at the Society of Automotive Engineers conference that the company is looking for partners to help it get autonomous cars on the road within the next decade. Since the auto industry continues work on similar projects, it's not clear how interested they are in Google’s approach, Joseph White writes.

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