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Krystian Gebis did not have to keep his hands on the wheel when he operated a specially modified Peterbilt semi truck along a test track last month.
Sub-Saharan Africa lags other regions such as Asia in moving away from cash to plastic money. One Nigerian company is aiming to close that gap by tapping into a growing appetite for smart cards across the continent.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) confirmed that an application to test a passenger drone prototype in the vicinity of the Subang airport was submitted a few days prior to the proposed test flight on Nov 21, but no authorisation was given.
Artificial intelligence is coming for America’s high-paid professions as it creates winners and losers across the labour market like never before.
The world’s biggest rubber producer and exporter is experimenting with drones as a tool to combat a leaf-attacking disease that’s spreading through its largest growing region.
As haze blanketed large tracts of South-East Asia last month, office workers with Genting Plantations Bhd in Jakarta were investigating the source of the choking smoke more than a thousand kilometers away
Data analyst Fabrice Sonzahi enrolled in a course on artificial intelligence (AI) in Dakar, hoping to help struggling farmers improve crop yields in his home country of Ivory Coast.
This smart farm in Wuzhen is producing tomatoes that get tender-loving care courtesy of a 5G network
Each tomato plant is set in a rockwool cube, with a catheter to transport water and nutrients.
The Solow Paradox was used to understand the slowdown in productivity growth in the US in the 1970s and 80s despite rapid IT development over same period.
Researchers are experimenting with drones that can help farmers protect their crops from the effects of climate change and ward off hungry birds at the same time.