(Bloomberg) -- A mile away from where Google builds the maps used by people around the world, a 25-person startup is trying to do something similar for robots.

DeepMap Inc., which was founded by mapping veterans of Alphabet Inc., is building systems enabling self-driving cars to steer through complex cityscapes. DeepMap plans to license its map-building software to automakers and technology companies looking to teach cars how to drive.

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