German researchers have decoded natural, continuously spoken speech from brainwaves and transformed it into text, taking a step towards communication with computers or humans by thought alone.
Italian-American carmaker Fiat-Chrysler has joined an alliance to develop self-driving vehicles. The project has been led Germany's BMW Group, Intel and its Israeli subsidiary Mobileye and is open to more partners.
The iPhone maker has reported stronger-than-expected results, buoyed by strong sales of its smartphones, sending its shares to a record high. It hopes to keep this momentum with a new gadget to be unveiled this fall.
German premium carmaker Daimler has announced a partnership with Uber to supply self-driving cars for the US ride-hailing company as the pair seeks to become leading players in the world of autonomous driving.
Autonomous or self-driving cars are touted as the future of road transportation. What is the current state of the technology? What problems do developers still have to solve? And are they truly safe?
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