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Ex-pat Kiwi Alex Kendall on the future of AI and self-drive cars

Entrepreneur and Wayve founder recently served Bill Gates fish and chips on a drive around London.

Wayve CEO and founder Alex Kendall speaks with Fiona Rotherham.

Ex-patriate Kiwi Alex Kendall says he hopes to see his AV2.0 autonomous car technology hit New Zealand shores – but he’s not saying when.

His 93-year-old grandmother in Canterbury has given the matter some urgency though. Kendall says she has lost her licence to drive and now wants one of Wayve

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Fiona Rotherham Wed, 07 Jun 2023
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Ex-pat Kiwi Alex Kendall on the future of AI and self-drive cars
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