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A supercomputer is helping to reduce traffic jams, saving time and money. Here’s how

The new Bull sequana supercomputer is seen during presentation in Paris, France, April 12, 2016.

American scientists have a new weapon in the war on traffic congestion – a supercomputer. Image: REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer - D1AESYCOEZAA

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