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Report: Intel cuts jobs at Silicon Valley autonomous driving lab

bizjournals Thursday, 25 April 2019
Intel Corp. has laid off "several dozen" employees at its Santa Clara autonomous driving research lab, The Information reported Thursday, as the chipmaker consolidates more of its work on self-driving technology at its operations in Israel. The job cuts, which Intel confirmed to The Information, follow Intel's $15.3 billion acquisition of Israeli self-driving technology maker Mobileye in 2017. The company is not backing away from its interest in autonomous vehicle technology, however, The Information…
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