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U.S. regulator orders halt to self-driving school bus... 22 Oct 10:40pm Updated U.S. regulator orders halt to self-driving school bus...
The NHTSA said it had ordered Transdev North America to immediately stop transporting school children in Florida in a driverless shuttle as the testing could be putting them at 'inappropriate' risk.
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Could gravitational waves reveal exactly how fast the universe is expanding 22 Oct 8:49pm Updated Could gravitational waves reveal exactly how fast the universe is expanding
In a new study, a team of researchers found that studying the gravitational waves emitted by cosmic collisions could lead to more resolute predictions about how quickly the universe is expanding.
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Self-driving taxis could be on British roads in just three years 22 Oct 6:58pm Self-driving taxis could be on British roads in just three years
Addison Lee has linked up with Oxbotica, which specialises in self-driving software. The two companies will create digital maps of 250,000 miles of public roads in and around London.
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The Facebook founder exodus continues: Co-founder of Oculus quits 22 Oct 5:25pm The Facebook founder exodus continues: Co-founder of Oculus quits
Oculus co-founder Brendan Iribe disclosed his decision to leave Facebook in a tweet, the latest in a string of founders to quit.
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Ford set to launch fleet of robot taxis and delivery vehicles across Washington 22 Oct 4:22pm Updated Ford set to launch fleet of robot taxis and delivery vehicles across Washington
Ford's driverless fleet will carry customers and make deliveries for businesses across all corners of the nation’s capital, and is part of a $4bn push into self driving vehicles.
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Could alien life be PURPLE? Organisms on planet may use sun-harnessing chemical with a lavender hue 22 Oct 2:45pm Updated Could alien life be PURPLE? Organisms on planet may use sun-harnessing chemical with a lavender hue
Scientists at the University of Maryland and University of California, Riverside, say their find could change how we search other planets for signs of extraterrestrial life.
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Ancient sculptures were COLOURED and not whitewashed pieces of art 22 Oct 1:41pm Updated Ancient sculptures were COLOURED and not whitewashed pieces of art
The empires of Ancient Greece and the Romans produced many marble sculptured which are synonymous with the long-ago era. Researchers now believe they were originally coloured.
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Stunning NASA flyover video shows an up-close look at the surface of the moon 22 Oct 12:30pm Stunning NASA flyover video shows an up-close look at the surface of the moon
The nature documentary-style footage uses high-resolution images from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter to reveal an unprecedented look at the surface of Earth’s only natural satellite.
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GE reveal new engine which will allow for the first supersonic commercial flight since CONCORDE 22 Oct 12:25pm GE reveal new engine which will allow for the first supersonic commercial flight since CONCORDE
General Electric (GE) are building an engine, called the Affinity, which will make supersonic commercial flight a possibility and slash flight times from London to New York by three hours.
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AI can be used to protect your children from cyberbullying 22 Oct 12:02pm AI can be used to protect your children from cyberbullying
Researchers at Ghent University, Belgium trained a machine-learning algorithm and it picked out more than two-thirds of offensive posts from real-life site AskFM (stock).
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Sponges and microbes could be living beneath the surface of Mars 22 Oct 11:00am Sponges and microbes could be living beneath the surface of Mars
Salty subterranean lakes on the red planet are capable of producing enough oxygen to support microbes - and even simple animals, say scientists from California Institute of Technology.
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Stunning Nasa image reveals the youngest pulsar ever found 22 Oct 9:14am Stunning Nasa image reveals the youngest pulsar ever found
Kes 75 provides our best look yet at the early stages of star death, a mysterious and violent process that scientists still don't fully understand.
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Stunning footage shows a giant cave hall vast enough to fit two Great Pyramids inside 22 Oct 8:00am Stunning footage shows a giant cave hall vast enough to fit two Great Pyramids inside
A team of Chinese and British explorers lowered themselves into the 200-metre (656ft) long Nongle sinkhole in Fengshan county in Guangxi using just one rope.
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Mysteries of dark matter that makes up 85% of the universe could finally be uncovered by ESA probe 22 Oct 7:13am Mysteries of dark matter that makes up 85% of the universe could finally be uncovered by ESA probe
Scientists at the University of Zurich ran 120 million state-of-the-art computer simulations to calculate how stars, black holes and dark matter interact when dwarf galaxies are born.
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