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BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China has unveiled an ambitious blueprint to develop its own standards for autonomous vehicles by 2025, which analysts say would generate vast investment opportunities and transform the country's automotive industry.
BANGKOK (Bloomberg): A city famous for traffic jams is looking to solve its congestion and pollution woes by building a massive train station and overhauling its rail network.
ROBOTIC fish, self-driving cars and home energy management systems - these were the projects undertaken by UCSI University students who were selected for research attachments at the National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT) in Taiwan.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): At least five foreign investors have expressed their interest in developing Indonesia's new capital city in East Kalimantan, a minister has said, as the government seeks greater private sector involvement in financing the relocation plan.
TOKYO (AFP): Japanese car giant Toyota said Thursday (Jan 16) it is investing nearly US$400 million in a company working on commercialising electric flying cars for "fast, quiet and affordable air transportation services".
SHANGHAI (Xinhua): Shanghai's Pudong New District plans to greatly promote its high-tech industries in 2020, according to a local legislature meeting.
SINGAPORE: The road sweeper and a golf buggy move around the track with ease, jamming their brakes on when a pedestrian steps out and negotiating sharp turns.Welcome to Singapore's self-drive test centre, complete with traffic lights and mock skyscrapers.
BEIJING (ANN): Russia, according to media reports, may establish a unit of robot soldiers by 2025, outlining a vision of artificial intelligence-driven warfare in the future.
SINGAPORE (ANN): In the hope of promoting inter-disciplinary research in technology law, the National University of Singapore (NUS) has opened a research centre for legal issues surrounding artificial intelligence (AI), robotics and data analytics.
SINGAPORE: Residents of the western part of Singapore had mixed reactions about the news that self-driving vehicles will be tested on public roads in their neighbourhoods, with many of them concerned about thevehicles’ speeds and their ability to react to road conditions.