Archive | August, 2021

Robot Truck Startup Gatik Raises $85 Million In Koch-Led Funding Round

The Silicon Valley startup is developing an autonomous fixed-route robotic delivery service and hauls goods for Walmart and Canada’s Loblaw.

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Breast cancer: The AI tool trained to spot the disease

Artificial intelligence trained to spot the disease is tested at Nottingham University Hospital.

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Here’s the robotaxi that will be available on the Lyft app in 2023

Motional, the autonomous vehicle company that is a joint venture between Hyundai and Aptiv, revealed more details about its forthcoming robotaxi as well as some of the first images of the vehicle. The company is also working with Lyft and says that by 2023, customers in certain cities will be able to hail rides in this vehicle

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Autonomous Tech Developer Motional Unveils Hyundai Ioniq 5-Based Robotaxi

Motional has revealed the first images of the Hyundai Ioniq 5-based robotaxi it plans to deploy on a multi-city driverless service with Lyft in 2023

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Tokyo 2020: Toyota restarts driverless vehicles after accident

A visually impaired athlete from Japan’s judo team was hit by one of the e-Palette pods on Thursday.

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AI in Automotive: Current and Future Impact

First, a few perspectives on AI: It’s a misnomer! AI is neither artificial, nor is it intelligent. AI cannot recognize things without extensive human training. AI exhibits completely different logic from humans in terms of recognizing, understanding and classifying objects or scenes. The label implies that AI is analogous to human intelligence.
Not so.
AI often lacks any semblance of

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Robotic Gatling Guns Repel ISIS-K Rocket Attack On Kabul Airport

On Monday, as the U.S. withdrawal from Kabul wound towards its planned conclusion on August 31, ISIS-K reportedly launched a new attack on the evacuation effort in Hamid Karzai International Airport in the form of at least a half-dozen 107-millimeter artillery rockets at 6 AM local time.

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Electric robotaxis may not be the climate solution we were led to believe

Photo by Andrej Sokolow/picture alliance via Getty Images

For years, we’ve been told that electric autonomous taxis can help fight climate change by reducing air pollution. But new research from Harvard Law School suggests these supposedly “zero emissions” vehicles could actually exacerbate many of the problems we are facing today.
A new study led by Ashley

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