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Apple scientists disclose self-driving car findings

Famed for its secrecy on future products, two Apple scientists disclose new ways self-driving cars can spot cyclists

Wed 22 Nov 17 from The Independent

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Image: Wall of Hertz test chamber

These spiky carbon-impregnated foam pyramids, seen here in ESA's Hertz test chamber, cover the walls of facilities that simulate the endless void of space.

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Uber Hit With $8.9M Fine For Hiring Drivers With Criminal Records

If you knew that someone has a history of driving under the influence, or driving recklessly, and has been in multiple accidents before, would you feel safe getting in the car with them? Chances ...

Tue 21 Nov 17 from Ubergizmo

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Uber Wants To Fix Motion Sickness In Self-Driving Cars

With self-driving cars looking to become the future in which how we are ferried from one location to another, it also means a potential boost in productivity, where instead of focusing on driving, ...

Tue 21 Nov 17 from Ubergizmo

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Uber Tweaks Its Rating System To Make It More Transparent

Have you ever gotten onto an Uber, reached your destination without incident, but yet somehow walk away with a lower rating than before? Or have you as an Uber driver received a bad rating ...

18 hours ago from Ubergizmo

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Biomechanical model could reduce wobbling of pedestrian bridges

The dangerous wobbling of pedestrian bridges could be reduced by using biomechanically inspired models of pedestrian response to bridge motion and a mathematical formula to estimate the critical ...

Tue 21 Nov 17 from

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Exploring the Northern Lights – Remourban goes to Denmark for SmartEnCity conference week

You probably don’t know where Sonderborg is exactly, although by the look of the name you would situate it somewhere in Scandinavia. Remourban project coordinator Miguel García knows exactly ...

5 hours ago from AlphaGalileo

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Corporate coworking as a driver of innovation

How do companies utilize coworking? Which types of corporate coworking offer the best opportunities for companies? Does corporate coworking truly drive innovation? Fraunhofer IAO has published ...

Wed 22 Nov 17 from AlphaGalileo

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Airlander 10 deflated after breaking free of its mooring

Just one day after successfully completing its sixth test flight, the Airlander 10 has suffered a major setback. According to reports, the world's largest aircraft apparently broke free ...

Sun 19 Nov 17 from Gizmag

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Art project lights up iconic 85-year-old Dutch dyke

Dutch artists unveiled a design and light show Thursday to highlight one of the country's landmark engineering projects, built more than 80 years ago as part of The Netherlands' famed sea defences.

Thu 16 Nov 17 from

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