Uber has chosen a pair of partners to help it develop technology for uberAIR, its proposed ride-share service in the sky.
The company will be working with The University of Texas at Austin, as well as the U.S. Army Research Laboratory to, according to UT, develop new rotor technology that will be used by vehicles in the network of what amount to basically sky taxies.
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Uber is working with UT Austin and the army to build what amount to sky taxis