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The driverless car 'Made in Germany' (MIG), which from the outside looks like a regular Volkswagen Passat with a camera on top, is being put through its paces at Berlin's disused Tempelhof airport, October 13, 2010. German scientists unveiled the latest self-driving car, a phenomenon that its proponents say will sharply reduce accidents, help the environment and transform cities. The car, dubbed the 'MIG' by its engineers at Berlin's Free University (FU), uses cameras, laser scanners and satellite navigation to 'see' other vehicles and pedestrians and deal with traffic situations. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN (Photo credit should read ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images)
The driverless car 'Made in Germany' (MIG), which from the outside looks like a regular Volkswagen Passat with a camera on top, is being put through its paces at Berlin's disused Tempelhof airport, October 13, 2010. German scientists unveiled the latest self-driving car, a phenomenon that its proponents say will sharply reduce accidents, help the environment and transform cities. The car, dubbed the 'MIG' by its engineers at Berlin's Free University (FU), uses cameras, laser scanners and satellite navigation to 'see' other vehicles and pedestrians and deal with traffic situations. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN (Photo credit should read ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images)

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