Toyota have acquired Lyft’s autonomous driving project. Is this clever boost into a growing market for Toyota or Lyft escaping from an unviable business plan?
US semiconductor giant Intel is looking to secure €8 billion in public subsidies to set up a semiconductor plant in Europe
Elon Musk is optimistic that a lunar landing by 2024 for the Artemis crew “seems likely”.
The European Commission’s first legal framework on Artificial Intelligence aims for “human-centric, sustainable, secure, inclusive and trustworthy AI”
The German automaker’s E-Tron fleet is charging into the EV market later this year.
A Canadian biotech firm’s self-administered nasal spray has been found to reduce the viral load of the SARS-CoV-2 virus by over 95%, confirms a UK clinical trial
Marking a generational leap in brain-computer interface technology, neurotech company BrainGate tested wireless transmitters capable of ‘transmitting brain signals’
Two years ago, Google’s autonomous ride-hailing service became the first in the world to bring its fleet of self-driving cars to passengers for the everyday commute. Here’s what’s new.
The New Zealand government-backed Māui Drone Project would utilize a fleet of autonomous drones to track and protect endangered dolphins
“Augmented reality really democratizes the way people can experience art — you can enjoy the works over and over again but also within entirely new worlds changing and shaping the meaning and how one might respond to these sculptures.” – Ahmad Swaid.
One small step for man, one thrilling race for vehicles. Transportation technology extends its reach going beyond the borders of the world.
AI continues to grow. As the world we live in is getting each day more unpredictable, we will soon need an Intelligence capable of adapting to every circumstance.
Goodreads — before its fall from grace in 2013, when it was bought by Amazon‚ whose ethics continue to bear a question mark — has for the longest time been the number one home for book lovers who love keeping tabs on all the books they’ve either read, are currently reading, or want to read, online.
With the constant development of 3D technologies, more and more opportunities are emerging for the future of sports. Is “empathy” the ultimate key to progress?
The Clubhouse app is all the rave these days, and anyone who is up to date with the latest apps and Social Media trends is sure to have heard about the next big thing since TedTalk.
The delivery giant’s custom electric delivery vehicles will save ‘millions of metric tons’ of carbon annually
Amazon is lending companies access to Alexa’s advanced AI stack to build their voice assistants, tailored to fit their consumers
A University College London study revealed how quantum nanodiamonds could act as sensitive nanosensors, allowing for faster detection of diseases
The Silicon Valley giant brought its emergent operating system, Fuchsia, to GitHub under an open-source license
Rumours of foldable phones have been rife for the last few years, originating from the failure of Samsung Fold. But now that they are coming to market, are these futuristic handsets worthwhile?
We learn through imitation, and now, AI is imitating. A new light-powered chip could make AI smarter, faster, and human-like.
With Netflix beginning to reach maturity where its number of subscribers is peaking, the introduction of Direct is tapping into a new market
For decades, VR has enabled workforces to step in and take charge in unfamiliar circumstances, by simulating impossible environments. Here’s how the corporates have been harnessing VR for training.
NASA have discovered molecules of water on the sunlit surfaces of the moon, suggesting there could be even more water on our neighbour
The editorial’s presidential forecasting model accounts for polling, demographic, economic and historical data to answer the most pressing question of 2020
Putting products first, and building meaningful solutions—is product thinking the essence of great UX design?
Not everyone is aware that the month of October is the official month for Black History in the UK.