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Exoskeletons to give wearers super-human strength and games to playfully teach children software skills for coding – such innovations were on display at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.
Any tech breakthrough is almost always a joint effort. To add a single feature to an iPhone app, teams of front-end engineers, user experience designers and graphic designers must work with cybersecurity specialists, back-end developers and iOS developers – just for starters.
Many passengers in US ride-hailing vehicles don’t bother to buckle up in the back seat, sometimes with deadly consequences
When Uber driver Oguzhan Beliren picks up passengers in his Hyundai Sonata, they almost always buckle up in the front seat, and if they don’t, he reminds them to.
From 5G to artificial intelligence, here are key technologies that will make a difference this year.
E-bikes and electric scooters are becoming increasingly popular in the United States, but the powered bikes carry a higher risk of severe injuries than traditional bicycles and a different pattern of injury risks compared with scooters, a recent study finds.
China’s AI champions are already powering a mind-boggling array of processes and this will rise in 2020
Eight Chinese artificial intelligence companies, including Megvii and iFlyTek, were put on the US trade blacklist in October. Megvii claims that being added to the US Entity List had actually turned into a “coming of age gift”.
It's official, Ivanka Trump, US president Donald Trump's daughter and adviser, will be on the CES 2020 keynote stage next month in Las Vegas.
The rate of poor eyesight among primary and middle school students in Beijing from 2017 to 2018 was 59.5%, down two percentage points compared with five years ago.
Young people, particularly women, have been at the forefront of the ongoing wave of protests over the new law in India.
Up to 40% of China’s manufacturing workforce could be “potentially affected” by the use of robots.