SAN FRANCISCO:- Startup AutoX on Monday announced the Silicon Valley debut of a service that will turn self-driving cars into mobile grocery shops summoned with a touch of a smartphone application. The service will kick off this month in parts of the California city of San Jose in a partnership with e-commerce company which sources food from producers as well as retail shops such as Amazon-owned Whole Foods. “We’re very excited to launch the first autonomous grocery delivery and mobile store service in the heart of Silicon Valley with self-driving vehicles on the road,” said AutoX founder and chief executive Jianxiong Xiao.