The RideFlux start-up brings together engineers who have given up well-paid jobs with some of South Korea's most prestigious firms to try to build a ride-sharing company for the tech-savvy nation.
The young engineer doesn't want to take any credit and instead considers frontline doctors as real heroes.
Maps are key to allowing autonomous vehicles to locate themselves.
The highly anticipated results from the first phase of a clinical trial that were published in the journal Science show that the technique is non-toxic.
Uber says it has developed a proprietary airspace management system to will guide the drones to their location and that deliveries won't be made directly to customers, but to a safe drop-off location where an Uber Eats driver will complete the order.
High-tech Singapore has become a testbed for self-driving technology and the world's first driverless taxis went into operation in a limited public trial in the country in 2016.
The head of the global tech giant and the Roman Catholic leader, discuss "artificial intelligence at the service of the common good and activities aimed at bridging the digital divide that still persists at the global level," Vatican statement says.
Commercial drones are increasingly being employed as a tool of political violence - will they be the new guerilla weapon of choice?
Weapons systems are far from having a mind of their own. But the debate around them has already begun.
At least 20 unmanned land vehicles will be supplied to Turkish Armed Forces for Operation Olive Branch in northwestern Syria.
Russia says it repelled 13 drones attacks and the data required for the series of attacks could only have been obtained ''from one of the countries that possesses know-how in satellite navigation."
The British government plans to invest $99 million to Artificial intelligent and put driverless cars on UK roads by 2021.
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