Monthly Archives: November 2019
Opinion: Tests of self-driving cars should be made public so consumers can monitor safety. The post You Should Have the Right to Inspect Google’s Robo-Car Tests appeared first on WIRED.
Hellish traffic and atrocious drivers make it a perfect proving ground for autonomous vehicles. The post Self-Driving Cars Will Love the Driving Hell That Is Boston appeared first on WIRED.
The ruling effectively ended a case in which Beijing had taken extraordinary steps to influence local politics in the semiautonomous city.
With its echoes of Japan’s wartime occupation, an alternative term for China has emerged as a fresh irritant in relations between the semiautonomous city and the mainland.
By acting against two dissident lawmakers, Beijing is asserting an authority to set policy in the territory, challenging its semiautonomous status.
NASA has come up with a new way of looking for life on Mars, and it’s a mechanical nose that makes use of a perceptive laser sensor. The sensor is used to look for biological threats by the military, and will now be put to use to sniff out signs of life of the Red […]
How else do you fit advanced software into planes built around cables and pulleys? The post Inside Darpa’s Plan to Make Old Aircraft Autonomous With Robot Arms appeared first on WIRED.