FILE-In this Dec.13, 2016, photo of the document, Anthony levandovsky, Uber's self-supervisorTalk about their driverless cars in San Francisco.Levandoski, a self-driving car expert who defected from Google last year, informed uber's staff in an email that he would resign on Thursday, April 27, 2017.He will remain at Uber but will not oversee a key selfIn a lawsuit filed by Google's rival Waymo, the project was targeted.(AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)In this Dec.13, 2016, photo of the document, Anthony levandovsky, Uber's self-supervisorTalk about their driverless cars in San Francisco.Levandoski, a self-driving car expert who defected from Google last year, informed uber's staff in an email that he would resign on Thursday, April 27, 2017.He will remain at Uber but will not oversee a key selfIn a lawsuit filed by Google's rival Waymo, the project was targeted.(AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File) Les Hill former Google star engineer Anthony levandovsky and his team have the potential to save Uber "at least a year" in a race to grow themselves"According to an internal email released by Uber in court on Thursday, driving a carPersonal data litigation between companies.Google’s self-driving-The car division, which changed its name to Waymo after Levandoski left, argued that Levandoski stole the proprietary design of its lidarBased on sensors, cars can see the surrounding environment.The man in charge of Uber's self-management at the time, January 2016 emailThe driving project in Pittsburgh specifically points out the lidar created by Levandoski and his colleagues at Google."Anthony and his close team have grown for generations.and long-The range laser that we now believe is critical to AV autonomy (day and night), "John Barres wrote in an email that a Waymo lawyer was in the record as instructed by the judge"Not only do they have the experience of generations, but they also know how to improve in the future --They will make gen equipment for us.We haven't found anyone in the world who has this knowledge.how."Although Waymo's lawyer tried to prove the rideIn Thursday's case, taxi companies have been using Uber's lawyer's pure lidar technology --According to the management hearing, the email only shows that levandovsky and his colleagues have the skills Uber wants to dig.Uber insists its lidar design is its own, and Levandoski has made it clear not to bring any intellectual property from Google.The email "explains why you want to hire Anthony Levandowski," says lawyer Karen Dunn ."."You can take your knowledge --how....If this is the best evidence of their dealI said secret theft was great.Waymo filed a lawsuit in February, claiming that Levandoski downloaded thousands of Google internal documents before leaving in January 2016, and found Otto, which specializes in Otto, which specializes in Otto.driving trucks.Eight months later, Uber bought Otto and left Levandowski in charge of the development of his own car.Levandoski refused to testify in the lawsuit on the grounds of his Fifth Amendment's right to oppose himself.incrimination.Uber fired him for refusing to cooperate with its investigation into the lawsuit.The jury trial for the lawsuit is scheduled to begin on October.Levandoski was once considered close to Uber.Founder Travis Kalanick stepped down as CEO this month after the San Francisco company suffered a number of scandals.At Thursday's hearing, Uber's lawyers appeared eager to distance the company from Levandoski, saying Waymo's real complaint lies with him."Their case is aboutLevandoski, who claims what he stole, and the fact that he cites Article 5, "Dunn told Judge William Alsup of the US District Court in Northern California."As for Uber, they have nothing.Dunn and her colleagues said in a court filing filed on Wednesday that March 2016Before Uber bought OttoLevandoski told one of his Otto colleagues that he found five Google information CDs at home, which he left while working at Google.According to the document, Levandoski also told several Uber executives, including Kalanick, that Kalanick told him not to bring any information from Google to Uber.According to the documents, Levandowski later told several people that he had destroyed the CD.The same court document also raised another reason why Levandoski might download Google's confidential documents.He could have tried to get leverage to make sure the company paid him $0.12 billion in overdue bonuses, the document said.Waymo's lawyer said Thursday the idea was ridiculous and said Levandoski had downloaded a number of documents within days of meeting with Uber executives, including Kalanick."They are trying to eliminate all of this by launching this brand --The new theory put forward by Mr."Levandoski downloaded the documents as a ransom to Google to get the rest of the payments he had scheduled over time," said lawyer Charles Verhoeven ."."There is absolutely no evidence.They never revealed it before.It’s silly.Dunn retorted that it makes sense for an employee who wants to leave office to worry about not receiving such a big bonus.