Large electronic devices like laptops are banned during US-bound flights after American authorities received an intelligence report that ISIS terrorists plans to use these gadgets as explosives. The following airports are affected by the ban: Mohammed V International, Casablanca, Morocco … [Read more...] about Laptops and Large Devices are Banned on Flight because of ISIS Threat
Google's effort to build the first driverless car in the world may show some promising signs when we talk about safety. However, during most of the tests, human intervention is needed. Google admits that they have intervened in the car's testing 272 times from September 2014 to November 2015. … [Read more...] about Google Cars still Need Human Intervention
Google's self-drive cars now have traveled about 700,000 miles on the road during their tests. More than one hundred employees have also tested their prototypes. During the actual tests, they have encountered situations that were not included in their programs. An example of such situations is a … [Read more...] about Artificial Intelligence Concerns about Driverless Cars
During the TED (Technology, Entertainment, and Design) conference, Chris Urmson -- director of Google's self-drive car -- confessed that he is motivated to ensure the standards of autonomous driving to hit the road within 5 years. The inspiration came from his 11-year-old child who will be … [Read more...] about Google Official Prefers Driverless Car for his Child
Volvo's move of taking liability way give way for other manufacturers to invest in autonomous driving. Legislation about driverless cars could be made across the globe. So, what is really the point of driverless cars? Is it because of the cool vibes it gives to someone riding on it? More than … [Read more...] about Will Driverless Cars Improve Road Traffic?