Chinese artificial intelligence company TuSimple is looking to expand its fleet of autonomous trucks on the mainland and in the US to 500 units. Photo: Handout Chinese artificial intelligence company TuSimple is looking to expand its fleet of autonomous trucks on the mainland and in the US to 500 units. Photo: Handout
Chinese artificial intelligence company TuSimple is looking to expand its fleet of autonomous trucks on the mainland and in the US to 500 units. Photo: Handout

China technology

This driverless tech start-up aims to replace 15 million truckers in the US and China

  • Artificial intelligence firm TuSimple looks to expand its autonomous truck fleet to 500 by next year
  • TuSimple is working on a new financing round after raising a total of US$83 million since it was founded in 2015

Topic |   China technology
Chinese artificial intelligence company TuSimple is looking to expand its fleet of autonomous trucks on the mainland and in the US to 500 units. Photo: Handout Chinese artificial intelligence company TuSimple is looking to expand its fleet of autonomous trucks on the mainland and in the US to 500 units. Photo: Handout
Chinese artificial intelligence company TuSimple is looking to expand its fleet of autonomous trucks on the mainland and in the US to 500 units. Photo: Handout
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