By Joseph White
DETROIT (Reuters) - General Motors Co<GM.N> on Thursday said it will outline "our vision for an autonomous future" in a webcast for investors on Nov. 30, the latest signal from the largest U.S. automaker that it intends to expand its efforts to put self-driving cars to commercial use.
GM's announcement comes just days after Alphabet Inc's <GOOGL.O> Waymo self-driving car unit said it would launch within the next few months a robo-taxi service in a Phoenix suburb using minivans that would have no human driver in the front seat.
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(Reporting by Joe White; Editing by Leslie Adler)