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Tech / 9lessons - 2 weeks ago

Building the best possible driver inside Waymo’s Castle

& Waymo has been very protective of its testing process in past, but recently it started opening up – likely as a bid to help get the public more comfortable with self-driving vehicle technology as it moves towards broad deployment of its autonomous cars. As part of that, the former Google...

Tech / 9lessons - 2 weeks ago

Taking a truly driverless ride in Waymo’s Chrysler Pacifica

& Today was a first for me: I drove in a fully autonomous vehicle on roads without anyone behind the wheel. They weren’t public roads, but they did have intersections, other vehicles, pedestrian traffic, cyclists and more, and the car managed a fairly long route without any human intervent...

Tech / 9lessons - 2 weeks ago

Waymo focuses on user experience, considers next steps

& Waymo is investing a lot of time and effort on building out the user experience of its self-driving vehicles, which includes both the external and internal user-facing features of its autonomous cars. This includes looking at everything from how a user gets picked up during a ride-hailing expe...

Tech / 9lessons - 2 weeks ago

Samsung posts another record profit thanks to its chips business

& Samsung posted another record quarter, and it again has its components business to thank for more stellar results. The Korea tech giant shrugged off scandals, which include a jail sentence for its de factor leaderĀ and last year’s Note 7 saga, to recordĀ a 14.53 trillion won ($12.92 billio...

News / Mashable - 2 weeks ago

Trump's chief of staff went on Fox News and, yeah, this isn't good

Donald Trump is freaking out over the Russia indictments, so naturally his chief of staff went on Fox News and went into damage control mode. Or he basically defended the Confederacy's position on slavery. One of the two.  John Kelly appeared Monday on the first night of Laura Ingraham's new s...

Indian Express / Latest News - 2 weeks ago

IPS officer jailed for cheating in UPSC

Investigators said Safeer Karim, an assistant superintendent of police in Nanguneri, Tirunelveli, took a cellphone, a Bluetooth-enabled miniature camera in a shirt button and wireless earpieces into the examination hall in Presidency Girls Higher Secondary School.