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Baidu comes up with a self-driving bus

The Chinese company Baidu, which also owns the same search engine, announce release of the first hundred buses with the unmanned driving technology. "The Apollo 3.0 self-driving bus, run by Apollo 3.0, will soon appear on the roads of China and abroad," said Baidu CEO Robin Li, speaking at the...

Developing countries are stepping up their own space programs

An increasing number of countries that were not previously associated with active space exploration are introducing their own space programs. Among those states are countries such as Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates and Bangladesh. All of them are conducting and planning their own launches of...

McAfee: Number of cybercrime attacks skyrocketed

The anti-virus software developer McAfee reported a sharp increase in malicious programs that are secretly installed on computers and other devices for the crypto currency. As a result of the first quarter, the amount of malicious software of this type recorded by the company grew more than six...

RemoveDebris Mission To Clear Debris Of In Orbit Over Earth

A small satellite has bene launched from the International Space Station (ISS) aimed to find out ways to clear space of debris. The small satellite is led by the UK and is the program has been codenamed RemoveDebris mission.   The job at the hands of the small satellite is a big one – it...

British experts: Online gambling is dangerous

Excessive passion for online gambling leads to dependence, isolation and deterioration of health, experts warn. In Britain, the spread of such games is already called a "hidden epidemic." Betting on the Internet is much easier than offline. You only need a bank card and e-mail. As a result, online...

Vodafone Chooses ‘Highly Trafficked Urban’ Space As Its 5G Testing Grounds

Vodafone has revealed its plans of starting 5G network on testing grounds in 10 largest cities in the U.K. Last week, Vodafone informed that it is going to start its “next-generation” of “5G mobile networks” testing, which will be carried out in ten largest cities of Britain in 2018 itself, while...

Space To Become A Travel Destination By 2022

From space orbital, the innovation industry is now moving towards space hotel business which could eventually lead to “sustainable human habitation” in low earth orbits. Mike Wall reports that soon tourists will be able add a new location on their travel destinations’ list. If things go as planned,...

Dream Of Immortality Can Be Realised By 2045

Genetic engineers inform that the realm of science is closer than ever to discovering the secret key to immortality, while tech giants collaborating with medical science are already researching to reverse ageing process besides finding cure for terminal illnesses. Down the line of next twenty seven...

Predicting A Patient’s Death Might Be Possible With Google’s Machine Learning Tool

In May this year, Google published the ordeal of an unnamed woman suffering from breast cancer whose possible time of death during her stay at a hospital was much better predicted by a new type of algorithm created by the company that studied 175,639 health data points to arrive at the conclusion...

Are online DNA databases dangerous?

Data of over 92 million people were compromised as a result of a hacker attack on the popular genealogy site MyHeritage, where users downloaded their DNA test data to find relatives. Can DNA information in the hands of hackers be much more dangerous than bank card information and passwords to...
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