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Drivers in Beijing, beware: soon, you’ll be driving alongside autonomous vehicles.
On Monday, Beijing’s Municipal Commission of Transport announced (Chinese) provisional regulations for testing self-driving cars on city roads. Companies that are registered… Read more
A 37-page letter made public by a federal court as part of a trade secrets case reveals that Uber assembled an intelligence team in the summer of 2016.
The letter, which was sent from an ex-Uber official directly to the ride-hailer last May, has only… Read more
New pill capsules that send a message to a smartphone as they move through the GI tract have emerged as a way to track whether patients are taking their medicine as prescribed. The problem of nonadherence to medication instructions causes about 125,000...Read the full story →
Amazingly, Facebook has published a post weighing whether it’s good or bad for you.
The national artificial-intelligence ambitions of China have just evolved into a detailed three-year action plan, building on a sweeping scheme announced in July.
Rapid advances in AI have spawned a number of recent initiatives that aim to convince engineers, programmers, and others to prioritize ethical considerations in their work—but almost all of them have originated in rich Western countries. An effort from… Read more
Freshly discovered malware called Triton can compromise safety systems that control many kinds of industrial processes.
For years, security experts have been warning that hackers can disable systems that control critical infrastructure we all rely… Read more
Right now, one of the best gadgets for viewing augmented reality or virtual reality may be sitting in your pocket.
Smartphones, especially newer, higher-end models, are getting really good at blending the real and the virtual (as in AR) and transporting...Read the full story →
The Kepler space telescope, which launched in 2009, has produced more than 30,000 signals measuring light from stars to search for possible planets in distant parts of the galaxy. Sifting through that and other telescope data, astronomers have found… Read more
The Federal Communications Commission voted today to reverse the Obama-era rules that sought to democratize the Internet.