EVs Shift to the Express Lane

Electric vehicles are going mainstream as battery and power management technologies mature and EV charging infrastructure expands. Those advances include new wireless recharging frameworks that address ongoing concerns about EV performance, especially range.
We take a closer look at accelerating ecosystem development in this EV Special Project, considering everything from promising new chip materials and substrates to the application of

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Billionaire Larry Page’s Kitty Hawk Is Making An All-In Bet On Robot Air Taxis. Its Program Head Is Out In Disagreement Over It.

Kitty Hawk has an ambitious plan to leapfrog rivals by convincing regulators to let it fly passengers in electric air taxis without pilots — within the next 3 years. The head of its aircraft program, who fought the strategy, is out. In as COO: ex-Wired editor Chris Anderson, founder of 3D Robotics.

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How permissionless organization design gives your company an advantage

In a time of exponential growth in technology, we need to rethink the org.
How do you make sure you discover the next Tony Fadell, who is already on your team? With a permissionless organization. The advent of machine learning and AI is allowing more companies to have the opportunity to embrace the permissionless org—and they must, I believe, if

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What We Can Do About Biased AI

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Simulated robot performs realistic acrobatics and other news

BBC Click’s LJ Rich looks at the best technology news stories of the week.

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These creepy fake humans herald a new age in AI

You can see the faint stubble coming in on his upper lip, the wrinkles on his forehead, the blemishes on his skin. He isn’t a real person, but he’s meant to mimic one—as are the hundreds of thousands of others made by Datagen, a company that sells fake, simulated humans.

These humans are not gaming avatars or

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Jumpcut AI-Based Production Studio Launches To Unearth, Train Underserved Storytellers

Jumpcut uses artificial intelligence to find undiscovered talent from around the globe, develop it, and get it sold. Founded by a Wharton AI professor, the company came out of stealth mode today.

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