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SAN FRANCISCO: Uber Technologies Inc had US$50bil in total bookings for its ride-service and food-delivery businesses last year, a testament to the size and global reach of the company as it prepares to woo investors in one of the biggest public stock listings to date.
PARIS: An artificial intelligence (AI) programme developed in China that combs through test results, health records and even handwritten notes diagnosed childhood diseases as accurately as doctors, researchers said.
An artificial intelligence (AI) program developed in China that combs through test results, health records and even handwritten notes diagnosed childhood diseases as accurately as doctors, researchers said Feb 11.
Project Titan, Apple Inc’s increasingly abortive plan to build an autonomous car, doesn’t seem to have the strength its name implies.
MUNICH: Daimler AG and BMW AG are considering joining forces on making key automotive components, a move that would tie the traditional luxury-car rivals more closely than ever before and reflect the fundamental changes sweeping the industry.
Uber Technologies Inc received approval from Pennsylvania to resume self-driving car testing on public roads this week, state records show, nine months after it suspended the programme following a deadly accident in Arizona.
Uber Technologies Inc's is plotting the return of its self-driving cars, but the company known for its hard-charging style is taking a much more conservative approach as it tries to recover from a fatal accident that upended its autonomous vehicle programme.
Uber Technologies Inc confirmed it hired a senior US auto safety official involved in the federal government's handling of self-driving cars for its autonomous vehicle efforts.
KUALA LUMPUR: Today is the final day of the Kuala Lumpur International Motorshow 2018 (KLIMS’18), which offers visitors a chance to win either a Toyota C-HR, a Honda City or a Perodua Myvi.
The automated travel revolution seems almost inevitable at this point. For those working in the tourism industry, however, this is not necessarily a good thing.