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    An unusual race, where self-driving cars and human drivers faced off on a 700-meter-long course with obstacles to determine whose driving skills are better, was recently held at Pangyo Autonomous Motor Show 2017, the world’s very first motor show dedicated to autonomous cars.

    Besides the competition of autonomous vehicles and human drivers, the motor show, held from November 16 to 18 at Pangyo Zero City in Seongnam, South Korea, welcomed visitors with a variety of events, including international forums and an industrial exhibition demonstrating self-driving technology.

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