Survey: Over 70% Of European Consumers Are Indifferent To AI And Think That Society Is Not Ready To Accept New Technologies

Reaction to advances in AI technology has been largely positive in the tech world, but whether the general consumer will accept it is another matter. A recent survey agency pointed out that although European consumers are interested in AI, most think that society is not ready to accept this new technology. A recent survey of…

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China’s FAW Showcases New EV Technology, Road System Offers High-power Wireless Charging

CCTV recently reported that during the China FAW Innovation Achievement Reporting Exhibition held last week, the auto group exhibited a variety of new technological achievements to the public. Among them is a high-power dynamic wireless charging road system based on 5G and autonomous driving technology, which was recently unveiled at the Innovation Base of China…

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BMW Pushes Special Smart Glasses For Motorcyclists, Priced At 600 Euro, Can Also Display Navigation And Speed Data

Car brand BMW recently unveiled a pair of smart glasses called ConnectedRide, designed specifically for motorcyclists to provide more information about road conditions without requiring them to take their eyes off the road. The smart glasses look like ordinary sunglasses, and important data such as navigation, speed, and gear can be projected on the right…

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Bill Gates: AI Will Have A Major Impact On Human Beings, Businesses And Governments Have The Responsibility To Train Employees

AI’s impact will not be as dramatic as the industrial revolution, Microsoft Corp co-founder Bill Gates said in a Tuesday blog post titled “The risks of artificial intelligence are real but manageable.” However, it will definitely bring a major impact like the advent of personal computers. When humans transition to AI-driven workplaces, some salaried people…

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China’s Real Self-driving Taxi Begins Test, Traditional Taxi Drivers Fear Job Losses

China’s self-driving technology has made significant progress in the field of B2C (business-to-consumer business model) driverless taxis. While Tesla and Waymo are considered the frontrunners in self-driving technology, China’s Pony.ai self-driving taxis have been operating for some time on roads in cities such as Shanghai, Beijing and Shenzhen. China’s autonomous driving technology is mainly based…

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Scientists Develops New Artificial Skin That Senses And Heals Itself When Sustain Injury

Stanford University researchers have developed an ultra-realistic self-healing material that can be used to make artificial skin for robots, allowing robots to have a half-mechanical half-machine similar to the “Terminator” movie. The appearance and function of organisms. The material not only senses changes in surrounding temperature, pressure, and electrical current, but also self-aligns and heals…

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Scientists Hope To Use Primate DNA To Train AI Models For Analysis Of Human Genetic Diseases

Genetic diseases are still quite difficult medical problems to solve, but the advancement of AI technology may bring the answer. Recent studies have tried to use primate DNA to train AI models, and future attempts will be used to analyze human genetic diseases. Scientists first used 233 non-human primate species to sequence the genes of…

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Genesis – A Luxury Car Launched By Hyundai Introduces “Face Connect”, Allowing The Owner To Unlock His Car Using Face Recognition Technology

The automotive industry is always innovating and updating with leading technological achievements. Recently, Genesis – a luxury car launched by Hyundai since 2017 that has integrated facial and fingerprint recognition in its GV60 and SUV Coupe – has pushed the industry’s modernization to a new level. GV60 is the first all-electric car from the Genesis…

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Bio-company Develops Human Eye Replacement To Restore Vision Degraded By Retinitis Pigmentosa

A few days ago, a biotechnology company successfully developed FlexLED, a human eye substitute using MicroLED technology. FlexLED can combine thin-film retinal displays and targeted activated retinal ganglion cells (RGCs) to restore vision in patients with photoreceptor degeneration caused by retinitis pigmentosa, macular degeneration, etc. FlexLED is 0.03㎛ thick, can be used wirelessly and contains…

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Sweden To Open World’s First Wireless Charging Highway In 2025 To Solve Battery Life Problem Of Electric Vehicles

The lack of charging stations is the main reason that hinders car owners from purchasing electric vehicles. According to Hindustantimes, the Swedish government is planning to open the first highway capable of wireless charging for electric vehicles in 2025 to solve the battery life problem of electric vehicles. It is understood that the expressway capable…

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