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adjective as in independent

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We firmly believe in the future of autonomous mobility as a safe and cost-effective form of transportation with a vast addressable market.

The future of transportation is on-demand autonomous vehicles traveling on roads and highways, providing riders with better, faster, and cheaper, point-to-point service.

Yet as the broader industry shifts toward more niche use cases for autonomous technology, some industry executives are left wondering about the divide between Aurora’s big ambitions and the current state of its product.

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The company started using its fleet of autonomous Chrysler Pacifica minivans to map Texas and New Mexico roads in January.

Another group of companies are working on autonomous drones to solve “last mile” delivery of packages.

From Fortune

Finally free of Japanese interference, Korea elected its first autonomous government in almost half a century.

New York cannot be personified; it is not an autonomous entity.

Any Miss America contestant who betrays herself to be a sexually autonomous being will be quickly sent packing.

Our aim is that one day the mission will be autonomous, but we have a long way to go to reach that.

Following his time on the Iraqi High Tribunal, he became the minister of justice in the Kurdistan Autonomous Region.

As for the autonomous cities of Asia, they must acquire their freedom by his free grace, not by an injunction from Rome.

But streets demand all shades of verbal expression (from the non-existing up to the autonomous creature).

To be strictly accurate, the significance of the -ness is not quite as inherently determined, as autonomous, as it might be.

Thus, a new movement begins; the passive attitude of the soul gives way to an autonomous attitude and movement.

He found a group of professional schools, each more or less autonomous, and he transformed it into a University.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to autonomous, such as: self-governing, sovereign, free, self-determining, self-ruling, and uncontrolled.

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