Driverless: Who Is In Control? at the Science Museum

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Driverless: Who Is In Control? at the Science Museum

A driverless racing car and drones that carry defibrillators are among the futuristic inventions in an exhibition opening today at the Science Museum.

Driverless: Who Is In Control? features some of the world's most advanced transport technology built for land, air and sea.

The exhibition is on at the Science Museum until October. 

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