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Dec 17, 2023

Tesla’s Trillion Dollar Opportunity: AI Robotics and Autonomy

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Dec 17, 2023

Tesla’s Optimus: $30 Trillion Market Potential

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Tesla’s potential market size for its humanoid robot, Optimus, presents a massive opportunity worth trillions of dollars, far surpassing the impact of their electric vehicles.

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Dec 17, 2023

Tesla’s $25K Car: Release Date and Potential Impact in 2024

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Tesla is working on a $25,000 car expected to be released in 2024, which could potentially drive stock valuation and face potential demand issues.

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Dec 16, 2023

GE Aerospace advances sustainable engine tech with NASA contract

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NASA has awarded GE Aerospace a contract to continue working on the HyTEC program, which aims to create more fuel-efficient and eco-friendly engines for commercial aircraft.

NASA has renewed a contract with GE Aerospace to continue the HyTEC program, which aims to create more fuel-efficient engines for commercial aircraft.

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Dec 16, 2023

Elon Musk’s New STEM University in Austin & Tesla FUD Addressed

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Elon Musk plans to start a new STEM-focused university in Austin, while also addressing criticisms and misinformation about Tesla and promoting a healthy lifestyle for productivity and fulfillment.

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Dec 15, 2023

SITA report anticipates 97% AI integration in aviation landscape

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, transportation

SITA’s report uncovers the changing landscape of travel including the rise of Generative AI and Urban Air Mobility, shaping a dynamic industry landscape by 2033.

Embark on a transformative journey into the future of travel with SITA’s groundbreaking report, unveiling trends like Generative AI and Urban Air Mobility.

Dec 14, 2023

Your robotaxi ride in China is monitored — with video and audio recordings

Posted by in categories: government, robotics/AI, surveillance, transportation

When it comes to spurring the development of cutting-edge technologies, the Chinese government is rather pragmatic in its policymaking process. In the field of autonomous driving, the country has made some big strides in defining the parameters and limitations for service providers, removing regulatory ambiguity and granting industry players the freedom to test the nascent technology.

The trial guidelines, unveiled by the Ministry of Transport recently, target AV services like robotaxis, self-driving trucks and robobuses. The release arrived about 16 months after the department began seeking public opinions on the regulatory framework, and policymakers have reached a consensus that self-driving vehicles are subject to rigorous surveillance measures to ensure utmost safety.

Prior to the introduction of the nationwide guidelines, policymaking for AVs in China had been playing out in a more decentralized fashion, with local governments formulating their own rules for service providers on their turf. Major tech clusters like Beijing, Shenzhen and Guangzhou, for example, have been frontrunners in allowing companies to test AVs with minimum human interference.

Dec 14, 2023

Schooled by tech-billionaire? Elon Musk plans school, university in Texas

Posted by in categories: education, Elon Musk, sustainability, transportation

The Tesla chief has reportedly stashed a generous sum of $100 million in charity for the endeavor.

Billionaire CEO Elon Musk reportedly plans to build a school and, eventually, a university in Texas.

Dec 14, 2023

Hyundai and Kia boast another breakthrough, unveiling new tire with retractable ‘snow chains’

Posted by in categories: engineering, sustainability, transportation

Weeks after introducing a potentially game-changing “Uni-wheel” drive system for EVs, Hyundai and Kia are showing off another next-generation technology to keep EV drivers safer during inclement weather. Today, Kia and Hyundai introduced a new snow chain-integrated tire that utilizes shape memory alloy modules inside the wheel. See how this incredible new tech works in the video below.

As EVs continue to saturate the global automotive market, their respective technologies are evolving to benefit consumers. Now more than ever, these electric vehicles drive farther, charge faster, and come equipped with exciting new technologies like vehicle-to-load (V2L) capabilities and Plug & Charge.

Hyundai Motor Group has been one of the early proponents of such technologies, featuring them in EVs atop its E-GMP platform. In fact, Hyundai and Kia especially have rolled out some exciting technologies throughout the electric mobility segment and allocated considerable funds to R&D to explore new engineering breakthroughs.

Dec 13, 2023

Scientists develop transparent wood for smartphone screens, windows

Posted by in categories: mobile phones, transportation

Its potential uses range from ultra-durable smartphone screens to soft, luminous light fixtures.

In pursuit of this objective, researchers have devised innovative strategies for modifying wood in recent years, imbuing it with new capabilities.

These advancements open the door to potentially substituting conventional, non-renewable, petroleum-based materials in diverse applications, including automobiles, energy storage, construction, and environmental remediation. This shift signifies a departure from the traditional domains of construction and paper industries for wood.

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