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  • To Uber or Not? Why Car Ownership May No Longer Be a Good Deal
    Every day there’s more news about the inevitable arrival of autonomous vehicles. At the same time, more people are using ride-hailing and ride-sharing apps, and the percentage of teens getting their driver’s license continues to decline. Given these technologies and social changes, it’s worth asking: Should Americans stop owning cars? We’ve conducted an analysis of […]
  • What It Would Take to Suck CO2 Back Out of the Atmosphere
    If greenhouse gases are such a problem, can’t we just suck the carbon dioxide back out of the atmosphere? It’s a perfectly reasonable question and an important area of technological research to pursue. The technique is referred to as negative emissions technology. As emissions remain high, experts are starting to accept that we’ll need to […]
  • Better Than Smart Speakers? Japan Is Making Robot and Hologram Companions
    While American internet giants are developing speakers, Japanese companies are working on robots and holograms. They all share a common goal: to create the future platform for the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart homes. Names like Bocco, EMIEW3, Xperia Assistant, and Gatebox may not ring a bell to most outside of Japan, but Sony, […]

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  • Autonomous Snake-like Robot to Support Search-and-Rescue
    Worcester Polytechnic Institute is creating autonomous snake-like robots that can navigate through the rubble, confined spaces, and rough terrain left in the aftermath of a disaster and send images and information to search-and-rescue teams.

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  • HUGE Design collaborates with Aevena on the world’s first self-flying robot for the home: Aire
    – The high-tech robot has been designed to fit effortlessly into the home while providing its users with a cutting-edge technological experience.  San Francisco, USA, 19 September 2017: Leading product design consultancy HUGE Design today reveal details of their work on Aire: the cutting edge, self-flying robot for the home from US-based technology company Aevena – launched today with a Kickstarter campaign. HUGE Design’s challenge was to help bring […]

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  • We Need Computers with Empathy
    An emerging trend in artificial intelligence is to get computers to detect how we’re feeling and respond accordingly. They might even help us develop more compassion for one another.

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  • Drivers Wanted
    Self-driving trucks are an experiment, and we’re the guinea pigs.

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