Two new all wheel drive (AWD) versions of the Tesla Model 3 will go on sale next month. Both models are pricier by far than the current Model 3, but they have an extra motor. And, according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, the Performance edition will gobble up a BMW M3 on the track. Wasn’t Musk, just a few weeks ago, sleeping on the Tesla factory floor, replacing robots with humans, and contending with an angry board? Now the eccentric CEO is on Twitter announcing new models and tossing shade at one of the most beloved luxury performance vehicles in… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Tesla
MIT researchers have developed a technique to train fast-moving autonomous AI drones using VR-enhanced environments, reducing crashes and thereby the need for repairs or replacements. Known as “Flight Goggles,” the system will be detailed at this week’s IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Brisbane, Australia. Flight Goggles enables autonomous vehicles to see and […]
iQiyi will use algorithms to identify specific actors, so if someone is a huge fan, they can watch clips of only that star The article iQiyi is leveraging their AI for editing and casting. Starring roles will still be decided by humans was written by Jiefei Liu for TechNode. “Imagine an assistant who understands your happiness, anger, […]
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