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URI students place 2nd in intelligent car contest

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SOUTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. (AP) — Three University of Rhode Island computer engineering students, including a Massachusetts resident, are among the top finishers in a national competition to build a car that can drive without any humans controlling it. Seniors Jillian Burgess of North Kingstown, Ben Ricci of Portsmouth and Steve Norris of North Attleboro, Mass., came in second in the Freescale...

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