Do you ever feel like somebody’s watching you?
THE Pentagon has added to its arsenal of autonomous killer robots with a dune buggy capable of driving itself.
Even without customers, the Falcon Heavy is a milestone in American spacefaring.
A successor to the iconic SR-71 Blackbird could cruise at speeds near Mach 6—but is it a real plane or a pipe dream?
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Oesophageal atresia is a condition in which the upper and lower sections of a baby’s oesophagus don’t connect. Scientists from the University of Sheffield and Boston Children’s Hospital have created what may be a better way of treating it, in the form of an implantable robotic device.
When? This is probably the question futurists, AI experts, and even people with a keen interest in technology dread most. It’s been famously difficult to predict when developments in AI will take place. Stanford’s new AI Index aims to clarify the situation by regularly defining and measuring AI progress.
The new air conditioner consumes 40 percent less electricity than typical models and also makes drinkable water as a byproduct.
Virgin Galactic’s passenger-carrying spaceship VSS Unity has completed its seventh unpowered glider test flight during which it reached a transonic velocity of Mach 0.9 (690 mph) – almost the highest it can attain without an engine.
A successor to the iconic SR-71 Blackbird could cruise at speeds near Mach 6 but is it a real plane or a pipe dream?