Competition in the autonomous vehicle space continues to intensity, as government regulators search for answers and philosophers ponder the technology’s sense of morality.
Public opinion appears to be leaning toward ascribing blame to manufacturers and software engineers.
During a December panel at the Reagan National Defense Forum in Simi Valley, California, moderator Trish Regan of Fox News asks, “Who do you consider to be the biggest threat in terms of having the most cutting-edge technology for their military right now?”
Simple question, right?
At the second-annual Health++, Stanford’s Health Hackathon, some of the brightest engineering, product design and technology minds in the world came together to put their knowledge and passion to use in an attempt to alleviate some of the world’s heaviest health challenges.
“We’re finding that in some parts of our regulatory portfolio, our traditional approach to overseeing certain health care products does not easily fit the types of innovations that are being developed,” FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D. writes in a recent statement.
It seems like every day companies make news by unveiling the latest in autonomous driving technology. Here are some recent updates as the world of self-driving vehicles keeps cruising…
Semiconductors are surging. Recently, the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) announced that worldwide sales of semiconductors hit $107.9 billion for the third quarter of 2017, making it the industry’s highest-ever quarterly sales and soaring to an increase of 10.2% over the previous quarter.
The United States’ Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) is looking to advance its development process for aircraft and weapons, and at least one commander believes ditching paper will be the path forward.
The burden of ensuring hackers don’t gain access to unsecured connected devices can’t totally fall on consumers. Improved security for smart devices is also the responsibility of companies creating these products, and many are being called on to step up their game.
The marriage of hardware and software is no longer a niche trend in product design….
We’re roaring toward a future where self-driving cars are everywhere, but recent news from Cruise…
Today, most consumers research products online before purchasing. Doesn’t matter if the product is B2C…