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A team from Brigham Young University has developed a new algorithm that allows computers to recognise a host of objects without any help from humans.
Five Lyft drivers and the Teamsters union will object to a proposed class action settlement, saying it would shortchange drivers by keeping them as independent contractors instead of employees, a union spokesman said.
Do you remember the NeXT computer, the one Steve Jobs began building in 1985, after he was booted from Apple by then-chief executive John Sculley and the board?
The appearance of a mysterious white object in the sky over northern Japan on Wednesday set social media ablaze, with speculation ranging from UFOs to coronavirus and North Korean propaganda.
Alphabet Inc's Google unit and automakers objected to California proposals to set new, mandatory rules for testing self-driving cars in the state.
Sources claim Finnish phonemaker Nokia is set to launch a collection of Bluetooth and NFC-enabled "Treasure Tags" that can be attached to items from bags to keyrings so that they can be tracked when lost.
Researchers in Switzerland have developed a new method to create small soft objects using a laser and a liquid photo-sensitive polymer. Christened "volumetric 3D-printing", the technique, which is particularly rapid, has potential applications in a wide range of fields, including bioprinting.
Previously it was only possible to find things a few metres away by using non-line-of-sight imaging but the range has now greatly expanded. The technology could be used to help self-driving cars spot other vehicles and pedestrians or help law enforcement.
Google presents WebXR, a series of web demonstrations that look ahead to future augmented reality applications.
The viability of 3D printing has emerged in tandem with the advancement and democratisation of 3D design or CAD software, which allows users to easily create a digital 3D model of an object and optimise the design before anything has been built.