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Self-Driving Startup Einride Deploys Cab-Less Electric Truck In Sweden
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Einride, the Swedish autonomous trucking company, has successfully deployed its first cab-less, autonomous and fully electric truck for freight hauling in DB Schenker's facility in Jönköping, Sweden. Named the "T-pod," it will transport cargo between a warehouse and a terminal at the facility, as part of daily commercial operations. The cargo capacity of T-pod is 15 standard pallets and it
Microsoft Opens Immense AI and IoT Lab in Shanghai
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AI and IoT are set to boom in the Mainland, and from the looks of things, Microsoft will be in the thick of it. According to Xinhua, Washington-based tech giant Microsoft has opened its fourth – and largest – AI & IoT Insider Lab in Shanghai. The lab is located in a 2,800 square meter building in the Zhangjiang Hi-Tech
AV, AI and Smart Cities: Exclusive Interview With Stefan Teuchert, President and CEO of BMW Group Russia
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Autonomous vehicles are yet to take over the market, but artificial intelligence has already taken the automotive industry to another level by driving the development of level-4 and level-5 AVs. Most of the major automotive manufacturers are actively launching self-driving programs and conducting extensive on-road testing. At a conference named "How to make money with artificial intelligence in Russia", organized
How to Secure Your Family From IoT Connected Devices [Infographic]
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IoT connected devices often account for some of the least digitally secured devices we bring into the home and can act as the weakest link holding entire networks together. From default passwords that never got reset to ignored security patches, let’s kick off National Cyber Security Awareness Month with a refresher on all things IoT security. By 2020, 20.4 billion