Google’s self-driving project may graduate from X Labs, the company’s moonshot incubator, in a few months, according to project leader and ex-Hyundai CEO John Krafcik. Speaking at the Nikkei Innovation Forum in Palo Alto two months ago, Krafcik said that the project will become its own division inside Alphabet, Google’s holding company, and would greatly expand its staff and physical size. See Also: What’s happening with Google’s self-driving car project? The self-driving project has already started hiring its own executives, according to ReCode, including chief legal officer Kevin Vosen.

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