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Sony Corp touted on May 14 the world’s first image sensor with artificial intelligence built in. Calling it the first of its kind, Sony said the technology was intended for retail and industrial applications and has the potential to perform various data-gathering tasks more securely and much faster than existing methods.
Over the past day, the highest-trending question asked in the United States regarding coronavirus news on Google Search was "How long after exposure does it take to experience coronavirus?"
Baidu’s self-driving car business has gone seven years without making money; it says it’s ready to stick with it for seven more
Since it started developing self-driving technologies in 2013, Baidu has yet to make money from autonomous driving. The company is committed to continuing to invest in the sector for at least the next seven years, the head of its autonomous driving unit Apollo says.
The coronavirus pandemic is proving to be yet another obstacle for the self-driving and ride-sharing movement, delaying the widely touted arrival of next-generation automotive technology.
Passenger-packed pods speeding through vacuum tubes linking Amsterdam's Schiphol airport to European cities could prove a viable low-carbon alternative to short-haul flights, according to a study published on June 10.
Electric bikes and scooters, dismissed before the pandemic as a curiosity or nuisance, are getting fresh traction in cities seeking new transportation options as they emerge from lockdowns.
Telekom Malaysia (TM) is rerouting Internet traffic in Penang to reduce the impact to its Streamyx and voice services due to a fire that damaged a node early this morning.
Every day, energy merchants collect and scrutinise whatever information they can find on fuel demand to get a trading edge: from satellite data tracking oil tankers worldwide to thermal images from cameras on pipelines and storage tanks.
The Swedish city of Helsingborg on July 9 launched a “treasure hunt” smartphone app to prevent congestion at tourist beaches by touting lesser known spots.
The newest electric vehicle jostling for space on Paris’s majestic Champs-Elysees has just enough room for two passengers, sports a top speed of a mere 45 kph and can be legally driven by a 14-year-old.