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Waymo’s Anca Dragan and Ike Robotics CTO Jur van den Berg are coming to TC Sessions: Robotics+AI

Waymo’s Anca Dragan and Ike Robotics CTO Jur van den Berg are coming to TC Sessions: Robotics+AI The road to “solving” self-driving cars is riddled with challenges, from perception and decision making to figuring out the interaction between humans and robots. Today we’re announcing that joining us at TC Sessions: Robotics+AI on […]

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AutoX and Fiat Chrysler are teaming up on a robotaxi for China

AutoX and Fiat Chrysler are teaming up on a robotaxi for China Autonomous vehicle startup AutoX, which is backed by Alibaba, said Tuesday that it is partnering with Fiat Chrysler partnership to roll out a fleet of robotaxis for China and other countries in Asia. A fleet of Chrysler Pacifica is going […]

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Whatever happened to the Next Big Things?

Whatever happened to the Next Big Things? In tech, this was the smartphone decade. In 2009, Symbian was still the dominant ‘smartphone’ OS, but 2010 saw the launch of the iPhone 4, the Samsung Galaxy S, and the Nexus One, and today Android and iOS boast four billion combined active devices. Smartphones […]

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Drone delivery startup Manna boosts seed funding ahead of launch in Ireland

Drone delivery startup Manna boosts seed funding ahead of launch in Ireland Listening yo the radio (yes it still exists) the other day I realized that the ‘futurist’ that was being interviewed was speculating that drones would “one day be delivering food, but not any time soon”. Well, so much for that […]

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Daimler and Bosch take a mixed mobility approach to autonomous vehicles

Daimler and Bosch take a mixed mobility approach to autonomous vehicles A fleet of Mercedes-Benz S Class vehicles are now plying the roads of San Jose, California as part of a robotaxi pilot project that Daimler and Bosch have been developing for two and a half years, but the launch itself could […]

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$125 million for Inscripta may usher in the next wave of genetic engineering

5 million for Inscripta may usher in the next wave of genetic engineering In these waning days of the second decade of the twenty-first century, technologists and investors are beginning to lay the foundations for new, truly transformational technologies that have the potential to reshape entire industries and rewrite the rules of […]

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The Station: Canoo hits the road, Coup shutters and Samsung shifts

The Station: Canoo hits the road, Coup shutters and Samsung shifts Welcome back to The Station, the go-to newsletter for keeping up-to-date on what the heck is going on in the world of transportation. I’m your host, Kirsten Korosec, senior transportation reporter at TechCrunch. Portions of the newsletter are published as an […]

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Hyundai and Seoul set to test self-driving cars on city roads starting next month

Hyundai and Seoul set to test self-driving cars on city roads starting next month Hyundai has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the city of Seoul to begin testing six autonomous vehicles on roads in the Gangnam district beginning next month, BusinessKorea reports. The arrangement specifics that six vehicles will begin […]

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Vayyar nabs $109M for its “4D” radar tech, which detects and tracks images while preserving privacy

Vayyar nabs 9M for its “4D” radar tech, which detects and tracks images while preserving privacy The future of the connected home, connected car, and connected everything will have a lot of imaging technology at the center of it: sensors to track the movement of people and things will be a critical […]

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You’ve heard of CRISPR, now meet its newer, savvier cousin CRISPR Prime

You’ve heard of CRISPR, now meet its newer, savvier cousin CRISPR Prime CRISPR, the revolutionary ability to snip out and alter genes with scissor-like precision, has exploded in popularity over the last few years and is generally seen as the standalone wizard of modern gene-editing. However, it’s not a perfect system, sometimes […]

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