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carbuzz.com - Jay Traugott - Self-Driving Cars Will Soon Take Over America
Self-Driving Cars Will Soon Take Over America
CarBuzz

It may all be starting in San Francisco, California but it definitely won't end there. The self-driving car revolution is only beginning in this chosen city. Alphabet's Waymo and GM's subsidiary Cruise have both applied for permits to begin…

theguardian.com - Tim Adams - Daniel Kahneman: 'Clearly AI is going to win. How people are going to adjust is a fascinating problem'
Daniel Kahneman: 'Clearly AI is going to win. How people are going to adjust is a fascinating problem'
The Guardian

Daniel Kahneman, 87, was awarded the Nobel prize in economics in 2002 for his work on the psychology of judgment and decision-making. His first book, Thinking, Fast and Slow, a worldwide bestseller, set out his revolutionary ideas about human error…

oklahoman.com - Dale Denwalt, The Oklahoman - Data center launched in Oklahoma City could soon support autonomous vehicles
Data center launched in Oklahoma City could soon support autonomous vehicles
The Oklahoman

It's no longer science fiction. Autonomous vehicles and devices are very much a part of modern society, with delivery robots, autonomous and self-driving cars gaining a foothold in the world. Each one of these breakthrough technologies requires…

bbc.co.uk - Len Williams - What happens when a city bans cars from its streets?
What happens when a city bans cars from its streets?
BBC

Many modern urban areas have been built around cars, with huge amounts of space set aside for roads and parking. But what happens when you take them out of the equation? Picture children playing games of football on major urban thoroughfares.

jacksonville.com - LeAnna Cumber, The Florida Times-Union - Guest column: Why raising the gas tax is a bad idea
Guest column: Why raising the gas tax is a bad idea
The Florida Times-Union

I will not bury the lead. I am a hard “no” on the gas tax. Let me explain my position, and why you should be allowed to vote on doubling your taxes. The federal gas tax has not been raised since 1993 for two main reasons. The gas tax…

ussanews.com - Constitutional Nobody - AMAZON'S IMPENDING TAKEOVER: The One-Stop Shop for Smart Cities with Digital Currency Control
AMAZON'S IMPENDING TAKEOVER: The One-Stop Shop for Smart Cities with Digital Currency Control
USSA News | The Tea Party's Front Page

This sounds like a dystopian science fiction movie, but unfortunately, it's already in the works, they are just putting the final touches on their master plan. A “smart city?” The only shop for products, food, and healthcare while…

nypost.com - Lee Brown - Tesla driver killed in crash posted videos driving without his hands on the wheel
Tesla driver killed in crash posted videos driving without his hands on the wheel
New York Post

Steven Michael Hendrickson's Tesla Model 3 struck an overturned semi on a freeway in Fontana. A Tesla driver killed in a California crash had posted videos of himself driving without his hands on the wheel — with investigators probing…

arkansasonline.com - Warehouses to go white collar with forklifts operated remotely
Warehouses to go white collar with forklifts operated remotely
Arkansas Online

Phantom Auto, a California-based startup focusing on remote vehicle operation, has struck a deal to provide logistics equipment heavyweight Mitsubishi Logisnext Co. with software that enables forklifts to be operated remotely from thousands of…

arkansasonline.com - IBM's microscopic chip parts pack big promise
IBM's microscopic chip parts pack big promise
Arkansas Online

IBM says it has created a computer chip with components measuring just two nanometers across, about the width of a strand of DNA, in a move hailed as a breakthrough in semiconductor manufacturing. The microscopic chip parts -- there are 25.4…

staradvertiser.com - Dan Nakaso - Search continues to fix Oahu rail's too-narrow wheels and too-wide tracks
Search continues to fix Oahu rail's too-narrow wheels and too-wide tracks
Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Rail officials first started learning about problems with undersized wheels on oversized track late last year while testing trains running at 55 mph. But the problem of too-thin wheels and too-wide track — especially at 12 points where the…

goflatoutph.com - Ford Just Patented In-Car Ads To Be Displayed On Infotainment Screens
Ford Just Patented In-Car Ads To Be Displayed On Infotainment Screens
Go Flat Out

With so many screens in our cars nowadays, they've pretty much turned into smartphones on wheels. What's also on our smartphones? Ads, especially your social media accounts that track every movement you make and then target you with ads based on…

deccanherald.com - Gopichand Katragadda - EVs make best sense for public transport
EVs make best sense for public transport
Deccan Herald

Two years ago, on one of my trips to the US, I rode in the Tesla S class. The ride was fantastic, and in parts completely autonomous. The cockpit was contemporary and more like a spaceship control station. My friend, who was in the driver's seat…

carbuzz.com - Sebastian Cenizo - Fisker Finalizes Plans To Build EVs In America
Fisker Finalizes Plans To Build EVs In America
CarBuzz

Expect affordable EVs to be revealed soon. Fisker hasn't really been the most successful EV manufacturer ever. The man behind the brand, Henrik Fisker, has had many failures in this endeavor, including recently having to admit defeat over…

autotimesnews.com - Designers presented renders of the most discussed electric car Apple iCar
Designers presented renders of the most discussed electric car Apple iCar
Autotimesnews

There are a lot of rumors and speculations around the future Apple electric car. We tell you about the most plausible forecasts from foreign experts. We also show you what the debut car of the American electronics giant might look like. Apple has…

asumetech.com - John Mahon - Autonomous robots deliver in college town
Autonomous robots deliver in college town
Asume Tech

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — On a recent Friday afternoon, a delivery robot made its way along a crowded sidewalk on State Street. It made an abrupt stop in front of Amer's Deli, spun itself 90 degrees and backed into a parking space with the precise…

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