How one algorithm and 3,000 ridesharing vehicles could change New York city
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When you ride around in a city like New York, chances are you’re stuck in traffic. You’ve probably fantasized about ways to reduce gridlock. One new study has worked out that 3,000 computer-directed rideshare vehicles could replace 14,000 free-wheeling New York taxis. What would Manhattan without cabs be like?
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