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Its Own AI Chips For Self-Driving Cars Is Being Built By Tesla Together With AMD

For handling autonomous driving tasks in its cars, Tesla is getting closer to having its own chip.   Sources said that the carmaker is now running tests on the samples of the first implementation of its processor which it has received back.   Tesla's has been pushing to be...

Developers Are Searching For The Money As Apple Preps Augmented Reality For The Masses

The world is about to see why Apple CEO Tim Cook is downright giddy about augmented reality.   An iOS update away from morphing into consoles that bridge the real world and the imaginary one are hundreds of millions of iPhones and iPads in circulation even while virtual reality...

Self-Driving Pizza Delivery Cars To Be Tested By Domino’s And Ford

As part of an effort to better understand how customers respond to and interact with autonomous vehicles Ford and Domino's Pizza are teaming up to test self-driving pizza delivery cars in Michigan.   The option to accept pizza deliveries from a Ford Fusion Hybrid autonomous research vehicle...

A Fusion Project Which Could Transform Energy Has US, China And Russia Are Working Together

A project that could transform the way we think about energy is being worked upon together by 35 countries, including the U.S., China and Russia, at a research facility in the south of France.   The collaboration is constructing a magnetic fusion device known as a tokamak which is commonly...

Nuclear Waste Planned To Be Buried Deep Underground For 100,000 Years By Finland

In a step that could become a template for other countries to follow, a site in Finland is being prepared and is set to be used as a labyrinth of underground tunnels for the storage of nuclear waste.   Finland is home to four nuclear reactors which provide almost 30 percent of its...

While Longer-Term Results Await, T-Cell Cancer Therapy Holds Promise

Doctors have raised hopes of saving the lives of more children with the most common type of childhood cancer after a novel cell treatment that saved the life of 9-year-old Austin Schuetz was given the green light by U.S. regulatory advisers.   Approval of Novartis AG's tisagenlecleucel for...

Even As Threat Seen Fading For Now, Global Cyber Attack Hits Hospitals And Companies,

Tens of thousands of computers in nearly 100 countries were infected, Britain's health system was disrupted and global shipper FedEx was impacted by a global cyber attack leveraging hacking tools believed to have been developed by the U.S. National Security Agency.   Malicious malware...

To Help Grid, Home Photovoltaic Systems Being Looked At By A German Project

In order to help iron out the imbalances that are present on Germany's power network, a pilot project that will tap home photovoltaic (PV) systems has bene undertaken and launched by grid operator Tennet and solar battery maker Sonnen GmbH.   By the end of the month of May, 6,000 household...

To Fix Power Crisis, New Gas Plant, Batteries Tapped By South Australia

Just four days after Tesla Inc boss Elon Musk offered to save the state from blackouts by installing large-scale battery storage, a A$510 million ($385 million) to keep the lights on was outlined by South Australia, the country's most renewable-energy dependent state.   The development of a...

Prank with Rainbow Emoji Messages Crashes iPhones

Jokers are sending messages stuffed with emojis which cause recipients’ iPhones or iPads to freeze by exploiting a bug in iOS.   Aimed at crashing iPhones and iPads using the power of simple text, flag and rainbow emojis, a bug in iOS  is being exploited in a prank.   There...

World-First Switch from Sexual to Asexual Reproduction Made by a Leopard Shark

After being separated from her mate, a leopard shark in an Australian aquarium has reproduced asexually.   It is only the third reported case among all vertebrate species and the first reported case of a shark switching from sexual to asexual or parthenogenetic reproduction.  ...

Bionic Eyes would be Given to Ten Blind Patients in England in 2017

Funding for more testing of Argus II, otherwise known as the 'bionic eye', would be provided by the National Health Scheme (NHS), the British agency has recently announced.    NHS (National Health Service) England said very recently that surgery that will see an implant placed in their...
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