Musk wants Tesla to help change that. The Palo Alto, California-based company currently makes one vehicle – the $70,000 Model S sedan – and is developing two others. Its Model X crossover is due out next year, and Tesla wants to start making a cheaper model by 2017. It’s currently scouting locations for a $5bn battery factory to increase supplies. … [Read more...] about Tesla hands over the keys to its electric car technology
"We have built an ecosystem that promotes exploitation where it's profitable for people to abuse others," Otiende told DW at the WEF in Davos. "We are going to have to undo that system and think of a new system where people are actually important not because there is money in it but just because they are people." … [Read more...] about AI, Blockchain technology to rescue modern slaves
But Wear OS just isn’t as polished or feature-packed as rivals from Apple and Samsung. Use the Gen 5 as a basic smartwatch with excellent notification handling and music controls and you’ll be happy. Try to get comprehensive health tracking and advanced features and you might struggle. … [Read more...] about Fossil Gen 5 review: Google’s Wear OS smartwatch at its best
If the last sentence means nothing then one of the other reviews on this page may be more appropriate to your needs. You see, Pokémon is one of those generational earthquakes that crops up now and then, with only a few adults possessing the three I's (inclination, imagination, immaturity) necessary for a true appreciation of Pikachu and co. … [Read more...] about Games reviews
Does that mean there is a big database of faces? Sometimes. Facial recognition can work without a database: a shopping centre, for instance, might use facial recognition to track visitors without knowing anything about them beyond the times of their visits. At the other end of the scale, companies such as the US surveillance provider Clearview AI, have built up enormous databases – reportedly containing more than 3bn labelled faces – by scraping Facebook and other social media sites. So far, most police use has been in between such extremes, feeding the systems from databases of suspects, or people who have been arrested and processed in the past. … [Read more...] about What is facial recognition – and how do police use it?