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Study: Unmanned vehicles fail to detect dark-skinned pedestrians - 03/14/2019

The unmanned driving technology, which can completely replace conventional cars in the future, raises many questions. Is it safe to use self-driving cars? How will they deal with moral choices in a critical situation? How they will affect the road situation? Now, there is another concern – unmanned vehicles can be potentially dangerous for dark-skinned people with dark skin. According to a study...

Analysts: 40% of startups specializing in AI don't really use it - 03/11/2019

Analysts at MMC Ventures have concluded that about 40% of European startups, which are known to be involved in development of the artificial intelligence (AI) technology, do not actually use it. Thus, only 1.6 thousand startups out of 2.8 thousand are really engaged in AI. Startups say that they are engaged in AI because companies in this sector attract more significant investments and are more...

Head of Nokia warns about delays in introduction of 5G in Europe - 02/26/2019

Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri warned about a delay in introduction of 5G networks in Europe due to frequency and regulation problems. “I think that [introduction] of 5G will be delayed in Europe,” Suri told CNBC at the World Mobile Congress. "Frequency spectrum is available in some countries, but not in all," said Head of Nokia, adding that the market is subject to excessive regulation and that...

New from Samsung: foldable phone and new flagship Galaxy S10 - 02/21/2019

The South Korean company Samsung has introduced a new model line of Galaxy smartphones. There were four more models presented together with the flagship model, one of which is bent in half, like a sheet of paper. Galaxy Fold will start selling on April 26, it risks becoming the most expensive mass-produced phone: the starting price is $ 1980. This time, the smartphones were presented at two...

Oil companies increase investment in electric batteries - 02/20/2019

Last week, Shell became another major oil and gas company that bet on electric batteries. The British-Dutch giant announced purchase of German startup Sonnen, the leader in intelligent systems and energy storage for households. This is a new, but extremely promising direction in the market, especially against the backdrop of ambitious state projects on renewable energy sources in many countries...

Sweden to ban fossil fuel cars by 2030 - 02/06/2019

The new Swedish government wants to ban sale of new gasoline and diesel cars since 2030. Vehicles should stop using fossil fuels and replace it with electricity or biofuels. However, many questions arise as to how this can be implemented in practice. In just 10 years from now it will be impossible to sell new cars that run on fossil fuels in Sweden. Instead, politicians hope that electric...

Who is the world leader in AI research and development? - 02/04/2019

Developments in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) are considered almost the key direction of scientific and technological progress in the 21st century. But which countries and companies on our planet are leading in creating "thinking" and self-learning machines and computer programs? It is widely believed that North America is still ahead, but Asia is about to overtake it, while Europe is...

Boeing tests flying taxi for Uber - 01/31/2019

Leaders of the aircraft manufacturing company are convinced that they are on the right path to developing autonomous air taxis on demand. The company published a test flight video showing how a PAV (Passenger Air Vehicle) takes off, hovering for a short time in the air before making a controlled landing. “In one year, we have moved from conceptual design to a flying prototype,” said Greg...

UK authorities set to fight harmful content on social networks - 01/29/2019

In the UK, a scandal broke out because of accusations against social networks that they contain may push adolescents to suicide and injuring themselves. British Health Minister Matt Hancock has already turned to social networks with a demand to deal with such posts, threatening otherwise with harsh actions, including blocking. UK Health Minister Matt Hancock said on the BBC TV channel that the...

Nobody likes robots: polls show growing skepticism - 01/25/2019

According to psychologists, the public attitude to robots and artificial intelligence is changing for the worse: most Europeans, in principle, are not against them, but categorically object to the machines having any influence on their daily lives. Robots are quickly moving from science fiction to people daily lives. On average, there are already more than 70 robots per 10,000 industrial workers...
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