For the next three weeks the autonomous vehicle industry will be in overdrive. Waymo and Uber, the two biggest leaders in self-driving car technology, are battling it out in court.
The trial over driverless car trade secrets started Monday in San Francisco's U.S. District Court exposing some of the inner workings of the rival companies. Waymo, a spin-out company from Google's parents company, Alphabet, has to prove Uber took and used trade secrets for its self-driving car program, along with proving the trade secrets are actually that — secret.
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