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AI Systems Are Learning to Communicate With Humans

In the future, service robots equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) are bound to be a common sight. These bots will help people navigate crowded airports, serve meals, or even schedule meetings.

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Tesla Just Shattered a World Record

Using its "Ludicrous mode" upgrade, Tesla's Model S P100D has broken Motor Trend's all-time world record for acceleration by going from 0 to 60 mph in 2.28 seconds.

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Uber Taps NASA Expert to Make Flying Cars a Reality

Uber’s ride sharing concept didn’t just revolutionize the transportation industry – it carved a totally new business model. It’s no surprise then, that the company is consistently investing in technology that will once again prove to be game changing.

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China Is Building Living, Breathing Buildings

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China is looking toward more innovative — and in this case, breathtaking — solutions to its pollution problem.

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Man Arrested Over Australia Vs. New Zealand 'Bug Gate' Case

A man has been charged over the discovery of a listening device in New Zealand's team room ahead of last year's Rugby Championship match against Australia.

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Fedex's New Service Takes Aim At Amazon

FedEx is getting deeper into the e-commerce game.

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Facebook And Google Will Help Filter Out Fake News In France Ahead Of Presidential Election

We've all come across a fake news story on our News Feeds, but Facebook wants to make sure that these stories aren't the ones frequently getting shared–especially during election season.

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Twitter Tries New Measures In Crackdown On Harassment

Twitter is trying to shake its reputation as a haven for online harassment.

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Facebook Doubles Down On Paid Family Leave

Facebook was one of the tech companies that helped kick off an arms race in corporate America for better parental leave.

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Male Contraceptive Gel Passes Monkey Test

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An experimental new type of male contraceptive that blocks sperm flow with a gel has been successful in monkey trials.

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