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This self-driving, 3D-printed bus could be your ride at the National Harbor


Meet "Olli," the self-driving, 3D-printed bus that just debuted at the National Harbor in Washington, D.C.

IBM teamed up with the Phoenix-based auto manufacturer Local Motors to create this self-driving electric bus.

"Olli" can hold up to 12 people and uses IBM Watson's computing system to provide its passengers with information, according to Popular Mechanics magazine.

The bus is designed to function as a taxi, shuttle or series of "interconnected pods," according to Yahoo Tech.

Local Motors also told Yahoo Tech that the driverless bus may soon work like a Uber by responding to requests from a smartphone app.

For now, "Olli" will enjoy the summer at the National Harbor, but the company plans to bring these buses to Miami and Las Vegas later on this year.

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