Monthly Archives: October 2019
Tiny wings and tinier solar cells allow autonomous movement in a new robotic “bee.”
Stanphyl Capital letter to investors for the month of June 2019, discussing the core points of their Tesla short thesis. Free-Photos / Pixabay Friends and Fellow Investors: Get Our Activist Investing Case Study! Get the entire 10-part series on our in-depth study on activist investing in PDF. Save it to your desktop, read it on […]
The speed with which the military is developing artificial intelligence raises fears of an autonomous weapons race.
Autonomous vehicle technology company Velodyne Lidar has hired bankers for an initial public offering, Business Insider reported on Saturday, citing sources familiar with the process.
Autonomous vehicles aren’t perfect, so to help upgrade their intelligence and prevent fatal accidents, Nvidia created the DGX SuperPod, an AI-optimized supercomputer that will help design a better self-driving car. The post Nvidia Built One of the Most Powerful AI Supercomputers in 3 Weeks appeared first on ExtremeTech.
(April 30, 2005) Bill Ackman of Pershing Square asks Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger to justify why they are comfortable to invest in financial companies when the financial companies are difficult to analyze than other companies. Warren Buffett admits that financial companies are difficult to evaluate because the financial reporting is based on the assumptions […]
There are various “levels” of nuclear waste, but none of them is something anyone ought to handle in person. That’s why remotely operated robots have become the standard tool to decommission nuclear facilities and process radioactive materials. The post Semi-Autonomous, Nuclear Decommissioning Robot Sees With Microsoft Kinect appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Audi, Nissan and other car makers are banking on talking cartoon characters and other virtual reality experiences to keep drivers and other occupants of future autonomous vehicles entertained, auto industry executives said.
Volkswagen has ended its partnership with self-driving car software firm Aurora, two days after the Silicon Valley start-up said it would build autonomous platforms for commercial vehicles with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.