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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.
After testing on public roads, Tesla is rolling out a new feature of its partially automated driving system designed to spot stop signs and traffic signals.
Vietnamese hackers began targeting Chinese government officials at the heart of the coronavirus outbreak in the early days of 2020, when the threat of pandemic had barely registered elsewhere in the world, according to findings by cybersecurity firm FireEye Inc.
Digital surveillance rolled out to curb coronavirus should be limited in time and scope, more than 100 rights groups said on April 2, warning governments not to use the crisis as cover for pervasive snooping.
Surveillance measures rolled out across the world as governments try curb the spread of coronavirus could cause lasting damage to the right to privacy, a United Nations expert has warned.
Europe's privacy rulebook does not create obstacles to taking action to curb the coronavirus epidemic but mass tracking of people's movements and contacts using smartphone location data would represent a clear violation.
The belt of the student’s schoolbag became entangled with the emergency door and opened it accidentally, police source says. A teacher from S.K.H. St Peter’s Primary School in Sai Wan says the pupil, who suffered minor abrasions, was sent to a hospital immediately on Dec 4.
Following an over-the-air software update to Teslas, drivers can now tell their car to come pick them up – all on its own. Footage of drivers running away from their Teslas, playing catch-me-if-you-can, soon emerged. Is this level of automated driving really legal?
Whether it is to monitor traffic, prevent petty theft in restaurants or monitor public safety in parks – residents can be sure there is a camera following their every move. As of 2019 Chongqing had about 2.58 million surveillance cameras covering 15.35 million people.
Apple's updated Maps application – now with features that render it a proper Google Maps competitor – has expanded from a few areas to over a dozen US states.