One of the iconic moments of 2004 sci-fi film, I, Robot, is Will Smith’s character taking manual control of his driverless car to escape from murderous robots. Fourteen years on, the advent of new technologies such as 5G has brought us one step closer to producing driverless cars. To handle the increased computing power required by such cars, faster and stronger technological components must be developed. 

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