Tag: signs

19
Aug

Will ‘Invisible Messages’ in Street Signs Steer Self-Driving Cars? | News & Opinion

Self-driving cars are coming, but they’ll clearly need external guidance, something I heard more about at a recent Ford event. One of the most common and potentially pervasive solutions is vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communication, which Cadillac has already implemented on its latest CTS sedan. In fact, ahead of the recent self-driving car craze, the federal government mandated that

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21
Jun

Twitch Signs Exclusive eSports Deal With Blizzard | News & Opinion

The deal sees Twitch gain exclusive streaming rights to more than 20 Blizzard eSports events over the next two years. Twitch Prime members get special loot and deals. In order for Twitch to survive and thrive in the shadow of the behemoth that is YouTube, it needs to secure exclusive content everybody will tune in to watch. And today, Twitch

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12
May

AI-equipped Apple Watch can detect the signs of a stroke

Apple has been pitching the Watch with ResearchKit to doctors and scientists as a serious health tool. Cardiogram initiated the research last year to figure out whether it could detect the signs of a stroke, a quarter of which are caused by irregular heartbeats. The study drew 6,158 Apple Watch users via the Cardiogram app — most had normal EKG

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11
May

Trump Signs Executive Order on Cybersecurity | News & Opinion

Trump acknowledged that the federal government’s IT infrastructure is outdated, and called for executive branch agencies to move some services to the cloud. President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Thursday that calls for a wide-ranging review of the federal government’s cybersecurity protocols and directs executive branch agencies to upgrade their IT infrastructure. The order does not differ significantly

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19
Mar

NASA signs up four research teams to study the Solar System

Another team working on a project called “Toolbox for Research and Exploration” or TREX will develop tools and methods for the manned exploration of celestial bodies coated in fine-grained dust, such as asteroids and the moon. The third group from Georgia Institute of Technology will explore how radiation affects human-made composite materials. They’ll also look into how real-time detectors can

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