Segway-Ninebot introduces an all-new scooter this month in the form of the KickScooter T60. Debuted at an event in Beijing last week, the scooter features AI that makes it self-driving.

The AI is essentially designed to deliver the scooter back to a charging station, eliminating the need for someone to collect the scooters to recharge them. Uber and Lyft could very well be in the market for the KickScooter T60, as the companies aim to launch their scooter-sharing divisions in the coming months.

The KickScooter T60 is equipped with camera sensors that detect nearby objects. The scooter can then be controlled remotely with cloud technology.

As it stands, few details have been given surrounding the KickScooter T60, which is expected to launch in early 2020 for $1,420. Be sure to check back with us for more concrete information, but in the meantime, you can check out the self-driving scooter in action via the video above.

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