The autonomous trucking startup Embark foresees a future that involves software as well as human drivers, at least in the short term. Rather than trying to completely automate the trucking business, the company expects autonomous vehicles to handle long-haul routes while human drivers continue to drive around cities, which are areas that the technology is not yet capable of navigating.
Human drivers are part of Embark's autonomous trucking plan
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