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Future Cars Face Terabyte Memory Load

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LiamPI
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It's pretty amazing how much data can be stored in such a small amount of space. I'm sure as things progress, more and more data will be stored in small areas that are completely inconspicuous. It's actually fascinating to think about what the future holds for self-driving vehicles. Fantastic article, thank you.

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