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SpaceX, Elon Musk's ambitious rocket endeavor, said Monday it had signed a
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Renault's alliance with Nissan and Mitsubishi said Tuesday it would start equipping its cars with the Android operating system to make dashboards smart. Under a deal with web giant Google, the Renault-led group -- the world's largest auto alliance by sales volume -- will begin incorporating the most widespread operating system into its vehicle dashboards starting from 2021. "The main objective is to offer (drivers) the same experience in their cars as smartphone users have on their devices," the French-Japanese alliance's business development chief Hadi Zablit told AFP.
TIME editor Edward Felsenthal shared the following note with the publication's staff Sunday. Team TIME, Over the past few months, I’ve had the privilege of…
This is an option-based contract that could be exercised in part or in whole, which would be in addition to the 10 satellites of this type that Lockheed is already producing for the Air Force. This new satellite, which is not expected to take the field until 2026, will also emit a signal more compatible with satellites currently used by European nations. This aerospace dog and pony show kicks off today and will run through Wednesday at National Harbor, Maryland.
The victim was identified as Ari Fuld, an outspoken Israel advocate on social media platforms
SpaceX announced on Monday night that its first moonshot passenger will be Yusaku Maezawa, a billionaire estimated by Forbes to be the 18th-richest person in Japan. "I choose to go to the moon!" said the 42-year-old Maezawa, who founded Japan's largest online fashion mall and is worth almost $3 billion. SpaceX has signed the world’s first private passenger to fly around the Moon aboard our BFR launch vehicle—an important step toward enabling access for everyday people who dream of traveling to space.
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German business software giant SAP published Tuesday an ethics code to govern its research into artificial intelligence (AI), aiming to prevent the technology infringing on people's rights, displacing workers or inheriting biases from its human designers. "SAP designed these guiding principles to steer the development and deployment of our AI software to help the world run better and improve people's lives," the firm said in a statement. A group including engineers, theologians, political scientists and bio-ethicists put together a list of seven guidelines, ranging from respect for United Nations human rights principles to data protection.
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Nobu Okada of Astroscale explains the company's plan to develop a "capture satellite" to retrieve trash in space for disposal on Earth.
President Trump proposed creating Space Force as a separate military service
Texas Authorities have charged a U.S. border patrol supervisor with four counts of murder, describing him as a serial killer.
In areas of North Carolina hit by flooding from Hurricane Florence, residents were told to evacuate, but many didn't want to.